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With travel plans in flux, and travelers everywhere facing disruptions from the worldwide spread of the coronavirus, many are looking for ways to still enjoy the springtime weather and feel like tourists. Although restaurants across the country are prohibiting dining in, public spaces are closed, and popular annual spring events are postponed, there’s still plenty of ways to enjoy Charleston, SC.
Each year it seems, we write about a hurricane or growing tropical storm barreling down upon the tranquil shores of Charleston, South Carolina and how, as a team, we deal with both the preparation and the aftermath. As a vacation rental management firm in a popular tourist locale like Charleston, we are accustomed to events which severely impact the tourism & hospitality industries and how they alter travel plans for our guests. This year is different as we are faced with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It’s not something any
Plane tickets are booked, bags are packed, and you even remembered to grab your cell phone charger! Now all that’s left to do is travel to Charleston for a one-of-a-kind vacation along the South Carolina coast. But how do you transform an ordinary vacation into an unforgettable one? We’ve pulled together some top tips for making the most of a holiday in the Holy City and it starts with planning ahead.
While Charleston may be known for it’s delicious shrimp and grits and delectable BBQs, there’s a growing movement of vegetarian and vegan friendly restaurants popping up across the city. For those that seek luscious leafy greens, perfect portobellos, and rich range of savory root vegetables, we’ve put together some of the top local vegetarian and vegan places to dine.