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PORT ST LUCIE, Florida
November 25, 2006
From journal Marriott's Barony Beach Club Resort
by The Breeze
May 14, 2005
But let me tell you - I have changed. Now I am like my parents. When I arrive at a new destination in my travels, I positively gravitate towards the visitor center. As, other than tips you have picked up by word of mouth from friends who have been there, this is the best place to form the backbone of your explorations of a place that is new to you.
The Charleston Visitor Center is no exception to this rule. Situated in its own niche just north of town, it is where you should begin your time in Charleston. Parking is inexpensive; abundant, clean, and modern facilities are available; and the employees are eager to help with any questions you may have. You can also purchase tickets to many attractions here.
After you have had your fill of the info offered here, there is a small snack bar nearby. Or, if the day is hot, walk over to John Street for a visit to Paolo's for some great Italian gelato!
From journal Under the Spell of Charleston
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
July 10, 2001
From journal A whirlwind Labor Day weekend in Charleston
April 8, 2001
From journal Charleston,A Friendly Old City
July 2, 2000
From journal The Colors of Charleston