Family Vacation : Charleston and the Isle of Palms

Great View of the Ravenel Bridge from the SC Aquarium
Great View of the Ravenel Bridge from the SC Aquarium

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  • Amanda Bowers

    I Soooooo love Charleston, but I’ve always been to Downtown. I’ve always wanted to go to Isle of Palms so now I’ve got a perfect article to entice hubby! Great thorough post. Aquarium looks great too. We had a Lego exhibit at the Asheville Arboretum like that one. They are so neat to see.

    • Sarah

      Yes! I hope it’s enough to convince him. It’s such a great, laid-back stay with the bonus of being within a few minutes of Charleston. It’s easily one of my favorite cities.

  • Anisa Alhilali

    I have been wanting to go to Charleston for awhile now, but mainly because of the food. I didn’t realize there was such a nice beach close by. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard.

    • Sarah

      The food is definitely worth the trip all on its own! It’s my compromise with my family. They love the beach, and I love food and history. It’s a great match!

  • Ooh the food looks delicious, and the downtown area has such an old-school charm. Very Instagrammable 🙂 Such a shame about the chain stores taking over the pretty little boutiques, but that’s a worldwide trend I think. #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • Sarah

      The food was AHmazing! You are completely right about the same trend worldwide too. Our last trip to Cusco, Peru and I was in the amazing central square….with a Kentucky Fried Chicken. #TheWeeklyPostcard

  • my kids would love the bricks exposition! we were last year in Legoland Billund 🙂

  • The downtown area looks amazing, perfect for wandering around. I love that wide empty beach, I’d much prefer to be there right now 🙂

    • Sarah

      I would too! I already want to go back!

  • For some reason, we keep putting off a visit to Charleston. Something always seems to come up. Which is too bad – you’ve got some great reasons to go here! We’ve been looking for a quick late-summer trip – it might finally be time to commit to Charleston! 😉 Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • Sarah

      I think a quick late-summer-trip would be great for Charleston. Most of my visits are around 3 days and that is plenty of time to get around the city. Thanks!

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