I want to take just a moment to thank all of the various participants of this forum. Especially Sarah in SC. Why you ask? I reviewed the suggestions and tips made on this site prior to a recent trip to Charleston SC. My wife and I had a great time. I stayed away from a lot of tourist traps and saw many great sites in Charleston. Thank you all for your help.
The only problem I have now is DW wants to know who Sarah is and how I met her. This is due to when she would ask how I learned about a place or restaurant I said Sarah recommended it. So Sarah it’s all your fault (:
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Sarah's a peach, she gave me some travel info too. I met her (and hubby) in Charleston a few years ago, but she was very busy at the time, so it was just a brief hello. I've really enjoyed her posts over the years.
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