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Charleston In 24 Hours: Where To Eat & What To Do In A Day
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South Carolina offers numerous unique tourist sites, whether its visitors are history fans, like relaxing at the beach or are seeking for exciting activities to do with their families. They can choose from top-notch theatrical performances, water parks, and golf, or unwind at the beach and vacation resorts.Charleston, the second largest and most his...
South Carolina offers numerous unique tourist sites, whether its visitors are history fans, like relaxing at the beach or are seeking for exciting activities to do with their families. They can choose from top-notch theatrical performances, water parks, and golf, or unwind at the beach and vacation resorts.
Charleston, the second largest and most historic city in South Carolina, is among the top tourist destinations in the whole American South. It is also the state's most attractive metropolis. Tourists can take a romantic carriage ride through the atmospheric alleys of Charleston or visit some surrounding of the most stunning plantation mansions in the South. They may also take in the stunning panoramas and peaceful pathways of parks or visit the fort on Charleston Harbor.
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Although Charleston isn't the state's capital, its residents and millions of visitors agree that it is the best place to learn about the history, culture, art, and entertainment of South Carolina. While humbled history buffs are frequently spotted in splendid plantations and stunning museums, adrenaline addicts, foodies, and partygoers find tranquility in indulging in a variety of exhilarating water sports, delectable meals, and thrilling nightlife. Here is a list of things to do and places to eat in Charleston.
Spend An Unforgettable Day In Charleston Collecting Memories
Memorial Waterfront Park, often referred to as Mount Pleasant's crown jewel, is not a typical park. At the foot of the Ravenel Bridge, beneath the town's stately entrance, is a park with a soft-serve ice cream stand, a playground with a nautical motif, and grass ideal for family picnics.
Tourists can enjoy stunning views of Charleston Harbor and the 1,250-foot-long (381 m) Mount Pleasant Pier from the River Watch Café, where they may sit and swing or try their hand at fishing.
They can also pass by the Visitor Center, War Memorial, and Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Pavilion while they are there to get a sense of the local culture.
Tourists can start their day at Patriots Point where they will visit the only reproduction Vietnam Naval Support Base Camp in the United States, tour National Historic Landmark ships like the USS Yorktown, and hear the narratives of the nation's finest women and men at the Medal of Honor Museum.
Tourists will definitely find inspiration at the Naval and Maritime Museum.
Fort Sumter is a must-see place for any tourist to Charleston because of its historic importance as the site of the conflict that started the American Civil War.
The region is lined with antique cannons, actual shrapnel, and medieval brick fortifications. In addition to its influence on the development of contemporary America, the monument itself is striking due to its setting immediately over the lake.
Patriots Point has long been a favorite site to play for local Charleston golfers and resort visitors. It is located on the edge of Charleston Harbor and offers breathtaking landscapes of Fort Sumter and ships coming from around the world.
Without playing at this iconic harborside course, no golf journey to South Carolina's Lowcountry is complete.
The Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is the oldest public garden in America and has been accessible to visitors for more than 150 years.
The marvelous expansive 464-acre (1.87 square kilometers) site has a cinema where visitors may unwind and enjoy a 30-minute documentary on the interesting history of this almost 400-year-old Plantation, as well as a maze and a small zoo that children appreciate.
Enjoy Exceptional Meals At Charleston
A hassle-free dinner cruise on the harbor with a menu of delicious Southern food, delightful live music, and a unique full-service bar is a need for every tourist to Charleston.
After savoring the freshly prepared 3-course dinner, tourists can proceed to the outside observation deck for unrivaled views of the city's most iconic buildings. A cruise is one of the top things to do in Charleston if luxury is their thing!
Food lovers, get pumped! Halls Chophouse still has the coveted distinction of being the top restaurant in the city because of its quality steaks, mouth-watering Lowcountry dishes, and fresh seafood delicacies.
It is no surprise that this renowned Charleston restaurant has managed to keep a 5-star rating when its menu features a variety of meals that are as delicious as they are beautiful.
The patrons of Palmetto Brewery are proud to identify their establishment as South Carolina's first craft brewery, and the throngs of thirsty owners are just as happy to partake in the beverage there!
There is a flavor for every palette among the seasonal and year-round brews. A definite audience favorite, the Idle Speed, should be tried. Unsure of what to drink? Visitors can choose a taster flight instead!
In Memory Of Grace DeWitte
Submitted by Sandy Ferencz for Island Eye NewsGrace DeWitte, better known as Nana Grace, passed away in her sleep at Roper Hospice Cottage in Mount Pleasant, SC on Aug. 8, 2022. Nana loved The Simpsons, but she would only watch the show when her grandson Drew turned it on. She would watch Homer’s antics and laugh and laugh and laugh and with her sly smile proclaim “He’s baaad.” Nana had a soft spot for those who made trouble even as she held a strict adherence to her religious convictions. She was fiery and fun...
Submitted by Sandy Ferencz for Island Eye News
Grace DeWitte, better known as Nana Grace, passed away in her sleep at Roper Hospice Cottage in Mount Pleasant, SC on Aug. 8, 2022. Nana loved The Simpsons, but she would only watch the show when her grandson Drew turned it on. She would watch Homer’s antics and laugh and laugh and laugh and with her sly smile proclaim “He’s baaad.” Nana had a soft spot for those who made trouble even as she held a strict adherence to her religious convictions. She was fiery and funny and took no guff. She will be missed, especially by us troublemakers. Nana Grace was born Grietje Balkema on Nov. 24,1923, in Groningen, The Netherlands to Joseph Gaaije Balkema and Sadie Sijtske Keegstra. She immigrated to the United States with her parents in 1925, passing through Ellis Island on their way to settling in Midland Park, New Jersey where they joined the Christian Reformed Church. Nana Grace attended Eastern Christian Elementary and Pompton Lakes High School. She learned to speak English along with her family by translating the Bible. Nana was a speed skater, barrel jumper, and tomboy sister to her brothers Jacob and Henry. She left school before graduating to nurse her terminally ill mother and a few years later married Marinus DeWitte on August 6, 1944. Nana was now a Navy wife.
She raised her two children Sandra and Marvin in San Diego, Norfolk, Bayonne, and Washington DC, before the family settled and built a house in North Charleston, SC in 1954.
Nana Grace was well known on those Navy bases for her Sunday dinners where her family would welcome as many as ten homesick sailors in need of some home cooking. Her kitchen was always adorned in the style of her Dutch heritage; Delft porcelain, lace curtains, lots of chocolate. In her 50s, Nana Grace began working as a Kindergarten Teacher’s Aid at Howe Hall Elementary School. As a retirement gift her coworkers gave her a bicycle.
She promptly rode that bike through the school hallways to the delight of the students gathered to see her off.
Nana Grace was a founder of The Church Creek Presbyterian Church, a knitter of baby hats for Roper St. Francis Hospital, an avid Citadel Mall walker, and a lover of outrageous Halloween costumes. At 90 years young while living on the Isle of Palms with her daughter Sandy and son-in-law Richard, Nana Grace became a dedicated IOP Rec Rat. Gather & Knit and Keenagers were two of her favorite Rec Center activities. Nana’s talents and spirit spread from IOP to Goose Creek, from Park Circle to West Ashley and beyond. Fond of the expression “Do it right or don’t do it at all” and addressing scraped knees and elbows with “It’ll be better before the time you get married” Nana Grace DeWitte passed her wisdom on to four grandchildren and five great grandchildren (with one on the way).
The family would like to thankfully acknowledge Theresa Ponessa and her team at Roper Hospice Home Health for their dedicated attention to Nana’s final needs. A remembrance party and internment at Mepkin Abbey Columbarium will be held at a date to be announced forthcoming.
Fitness studio geared towards kids opens in Mount Pleasant
Beach Cowboy Fitness offers inclusive gym classes for homeschooled, challenged and neurodivergent children at its Mount Pleasant location on Queensborough Boulevard.Owners Cynthia and Cameron Lett, a mother-son duo, started Beach Cowboy Fitness to improve a societal issue: the degradation of communication and interpersonal skills in today’s youth.“We’re trying to turn that around through fitness and fun,” said Cynthia.Nearly 22% of schools have no physical education programs at all and only 4% of ...
Beach Cowboy Fitness offers inclusive gym classes for homeschooled, challenged and neurodivergent children at its Mount Pleasant location on Queensborough Boulevard.
Owners Cynthia and Cameron Lett, a mother-son duo, started Beach Cowboy Fitness to improve a societal issue: the degradation of communication and interpersonal skills in today’s youth.
“We’re trying to turn that around through fitness and fun,” said Cynthia.
Nearly 22% of schools have no physical education programs at all and only 4% of elementary schools have daily gym classes, according to social scientist Claire Nader. Meanwhile physical education is the only class known to improve physical, mental and emotional health, as well as executive function. Students who participate in gym class are more likely to see improvement in math and reading, thanks to a higher level of effective executive function.
Despite the proven, important role exercise plays in cognitive development and social skills, gym classes are one of the first things to be cut as schools tighten their budgets.
This is precisely what Cynthia and Cameron Lett hope to counter. Their fitness classes teach children the fundamentals of exercising, including how to warm up and cool down, but their larger focus is creating a sense of camaraderie. Students participate in a combination of games that are competitive, with an urgency to work together in teams to achieve a common goal.
All the games and classes at Beach Cowboy Fitness are inclusive and adaptive to students with physical or intellectual challenges.
“We make adjustments so everyone can participate, and they don’t feel left out or unable to achieve,” said Cynthia.
They also encourage children of all levels and abilities to work together. “Neurotypical students are going to learn how to work with students who have challenges — they’ll learn empathy, accommodation, and practice kindness. They’re all going to have the same competitive opportunities,” Cynthia added.
Gym classes at Beach Cowboy Fitness focus on winning and losing graciously. Negativity, name calling and bullying are not tolerated.
Instead, students will learn how to celebrate the opposing team’s wins and encourage them after their losses. The goal is for students to understand that just because their team lost, it doesn’t mean they’re losers.
“We think it’s important that reality is very much a part of the curriculum,” said Cynthia.
Beach Cowboy Fitness follows the South Carolina Department of Physical Education Program, so students can earn academic credit after completing two semesters, with a minimum of two classes per week for 18 weeks in a semester. Programs for homeschooled children can be purchased by the semester. Each class is based on the grades the children are in with forms and assessments completed by their coaches after each class. Financing options are available for semester purchases.
All classes are limited to ten children with two certified coaches: Cameron Lett and Eliza Athans. During special needs classes, family members and friends of the student are welcome to purchase a membership and participate with them.
Beach Cowboy Fitness is located at 1200 Queensborough Blvd., Suite B, in Mount Pleasant. To learn more, visit their website at beachcowboyfitness.com or call (843) 438-4833.
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Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Mount Pleasant is one of South Carolina's top five agglomerations. The town's atmosphere is less focused on tourists and more on the communities, particularly the adjacent beaches at Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms. The city is considered one of the best locations to live in by various social and economic indicators. Mount Pleasant embraces the Holy City's laid-back low country way of life.Geography And Climate Of Mount Plea...
Mount Pleasant is one of South Carolina's top five agglomerations. The town's atmosphere is less focused on tourists and more on the communities, particularly the adjacent beaches at Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms. The city is considered one of the best locations to live in by various social and economic indicators. Mount Pleasant embraces the Holy City's laid-back low country way of life.
Geography And Climate Of Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant is a big suburban town situated in Charleston County in the US State of South Carolina. The town is well positioned on the east and northeast sides of Charleston Harbor and the tidal Wando River. The distance between the town and Charlotte, North Carolina, is 177 miles south and 4 miles east of Charleston, South Carolina. The town is situated in the Charleston-North Charleston metropolitan region. Mount Pleasant covers a total area of 151.87 sq.km, of which 128.27 sq.km is occupied by land and 23.60 sq.km is covered by water.
The year-round weather of Mount Pleasant is rainy and partially gloomy, with hot, stifling summers and chilly, windy winters. The average yearly temperature ranges between 43°F and 88°F, rarely falling below 30°F or rising above 93°F. The year's hottest month is July, having an average daily high temperature exceeding 83°F. With an average daily maximum temperature below 65°F, January is the year's coldest month. The average annual rainfall is 48 inches, while the average annual snowfall is 0 inches in Mount Pleasant.
Brief History Of Mount Pleasant
The Sewee Indians had previously inhabited Mount Pleasant when the first European settlers under Captain Florentia O'Sullivan left England on July 6, 1680. The 2,340 acres that Captain O'Sullivan received contained both the island bearing his name and the land that would eventually become Mount Pleasant. This region was labeled "North Point" on the earliest maps available at the time. Mount Pleasant was essential in the Revolutionary War's first significant military victory. The area was formally constituted as the town of Mount Pleasant in 1837. After the Civil War, numerous freed slaves moved to the region. Robert Scanlon, one of them, went on to develop and lead Charleston Land Company. As a result of the division of Charleston County in 1882, Mount Pleasant became the first county seat in Berkeley County. After fifteen years, it was decided that Moncks Corner would serve as the county seat, and Mount Pleasant returned to its original boundaries in 1897, once more being under the jurisdiction of Charleston County.
The Population And Economy Of Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant has 95,393 residents, making it the fourth most populous city in South Carolina out of 472 communities, despite being considered a suburban town in concept. The population of Mount Pleasant has declined since the most recent census, which showed a population of 90,801 in 2020, and is currently rising at a pace of 2.47% annually. White (non-Hispanic) (89.6%), Black or African American (non-Hispanic) (3.98%), Two+ (non-Hispanic) (1.93%), Asian (non-Hispanic) (1.83%), and White (Hispanic) (1.78%) make up Mount Pleasant's top five ethnic groups. Mount Pleasant has a 5.11% poverty rate and a $138,416 average household income. The median cost of rent is $1,702 per month, and the median value of a home is $472,900. In Mount Pleasant, the median age is 40.9 years, with men being, on average, 38.7 years old and women 42.7 years old.
The service sector and port shipping are the two main economic drivers in Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant is becoming a popular location for technology and office-related businesses to locate their operations. Of the nearby cities, Mount Pleasant's average annual job growth from 2010 to 2019 was 5.2%. Great long-term plans are in place for Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant was recently ranked among the best 75 American cities to live in by Money Magazine.
Top Attractions In Mount Pleasant
One of the country's oldest active plantations, Boone Hall Plantation, dates back at least three centuries to the 1680s. Since 1956, the plantation has been operating as a living history facility and has continuously raised crops for over 320 years. The plantation welcomes visitors for special occasions like the Boone Hall Farms Market and the yearly Lowcountry Strawberry Festival, in addition to guided home tours.
The majority of the town's neighborhoods, including Coleman Boulevard, are traversed by this small creek before it empties into Cooper River. Even though the creek isn't very long, the banks make for one of the ideal locations for some peaceful outdoor activities. You can locate dining establishments and sites along the creek. At the end of it, there is a boardwalk and a covered area where you may relax and go fishing.
The first bridge connecting Sullivan's Island and Mount Pleasant was constructed in 1898. When the Ben Sawyer Bridge, the present access point to the island, was built, the old bridge was closed.
The 2.3-acre Patriots Point Cold War Submarine Memorial is close to Mount Pleasant's Charleston Harbor. A full-sized replica of a Benjamin Franklin Class Fleet Ballistic Missile submarine, which was instrumental in South Carolina's participation in the Cold War in the middle of the 20th century, sits atop the memorial. It preserves pieces of the USS Lewis and Clark SSBN 664 submarines. The memorial also serves as a homage to those who operated submarine ballistic missiles and served in submarines throughout the battle.
This 945-acre nature-focused park was designed with families and groups in mind above everything else. It has a tropical setting with boardwalks and bike trails. You can cook great meals while relaxing here in the picnic area, which features a grill. A water park is another option for you and your friends to cool off during the summer.
In addition to being close to Charleston, Mount Pleasant also exudes a vibrant charm. This wonderful town has a lot to offer, from its historical significance to its scenic beauty. If you're planning a trip, think about visiting Mount Pleasant.
Mt. Pleasant short-term rental owners fighting proposed operational changes
MT. PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Proposed changes to the Town of Mt. Pleasant’s short-term rental (STR) ordinance have many rental owners pushing back.Michele Reed, the town’s Planning Director, says the ordinance needs to be tightened up and language clarified after some issues have come up since it went into effect in January 2020.A public hearing during a planning commission meeting Wednesday br...
MT. PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Proposed changes to the Town of Mt. Pleasant’s short-term rental (STR) ordinance have many rental owners pushing back.
Michele Reed, the town’s Planning Director, says the ordinance needs to be tightened up and language clarified after some issues have come up since it went into effect in January 2020.
A public hearing during a planning commission meeting Wednesday brought at least two dozen STR owners to oppose the proposed changes.
“This is your time to stop and listen to what the people are saying,” said one rental owner.
“We are not the issue, we are the experts,” said another.
One proposed change to the ordinance would be changing the language to enforce the cap of short-term rental permits at 400.
That’s what’s written in the current ordinance, yet the current STR permit allotment sits above that due to longtime STR owners being grandfathered in, according to an STR owner.
Laurie Bixler, who owns and operates two short-term rentals in town says she believes the cap should be the only change made to the ordinance.
“I believe the only thing that should be changed right now is to clarify the cap and come up with a system to attrition is back to the 400, if that’s what the council wishes,” said Bixler. “I would like to see all the red lining and all the draft changes put aside for now.”
She and other rental owners believe the proposed changes are more harmful than helpful. That includes Mari Ricozzi, another longtime STR operator.
She is concerned about a possible fee increase that would come along with a proposed two-tiered system.
One tier, considered part-time, would include STR owners that rent their properties between 15-72 days out of the year. 15 is the minimum to qualify for a permit. Lower tier permit holders would pay a 4% tax rate to the county and a $250 permit fee to the town.
The other tier, considered full-time, would include STR owners that rent their properties more than 72 days out of the year. That would come with a 6% tax rate to the county and a $500 permit fee to the town.
Previously, the planning commission was considering a $1,500 fee for full-time operators, but that was taken out of the proposed ordinance and knocked down to $500.
Ricozzi is a full-time operator who says she shouldn’t have to pay more for having a successful business.
“So in essence, my fee would be doubled. So I’m being penalized,” she said. “I was a little disappointed that the commission didn’t seem to grasp the reality of how this document will change the business for us. There are so many little nuances that are put into this ordinance that puts strains on us as a business that other businesses in town don’t necessarily have to comply with.”
Other changes include possible changes to guest parking and more.
Ricozzi says this isn’t the end of the fight and she will work with other STR owners in town to continue to push back against the proposed changes.
“We have an organization called STRAMP which is Short-Term Rental Association of Mt. Pleasant. We plan on meeting again before the planning committee meeting next month so hopefully, this isn’t the end.”
The planning commission voted to push the proposed changes forward. They will be heard by the planning committee next month and if given the green light, the full town council will have the final decision.