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Guide to Charleston Cruises

Spend a few nights in the Holy City, then climb aboard a ship to sail through the Bahamas, Bermuda or the Caribbean. It’s the best of both worlds and the ships sail year-round. Start planning your vacation now with the help of this Charleston Cruises Guide from the Governor’s House Inn Bed and Breakfast. First let’s talk about your options. You can go big or small, cruising around the country or into the Caribbean. Carnival Cruises offer cruises from Charleston all throughout the year. The Carnival Fantasy takes 5 or 7 day cruises to the Bahamas, eastern Caribbean and even Bermuda. Prices start as low as $239 for 5 days. … Continue reading

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Why You Should Visit Charleston in 2014

The end of one year is a great time to plan for the next year ahead. It’s a time of reflection as you decide what you’d like to do the same and what you’d like to do a little differently. If Charleston is part of your yearly vacation ritual, we look forward to having you back. And if you haven’t yet experienced the Holy City, well, it’s time for you to visit Charleston and find out what all the commotion is about. These are just a few reasons why you should visit Charleston. January 15 – January 18, 2014 Charleston Comedy Festival This will be the 11th year for the … Continue reading

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All You Need to Know About the Chosen Women’s Conference

If you find yourself searching for answers or peace in this ever-changing world, perhaps you should make your way to Charleston, South Carolina this coming January. The Chosen Women’s Conference is designed for a time just like this. It’s ready to help you work through the obstacles you’re facing, leaving you relaxed and renewed. There will be four speakers in 2014, including Greg Surratt, Jen Hatmaker, Christine Caine and Mercy Lokulutu. Greg is the founding pastor of Seacoast Church, which is located in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. It has been recognized as innovative and influential, and is one of the early adopters of the multi-site model. At Seacoast, they combine … Continue reading

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Why You Should Visit Charleston This Season

Wake up to the aroma of fresh coffee and a true southern breakfast. Each morning the Governor’s House Inn features a new menu and special items like banana French toast strata with Amaretto sauce or homemade quiche. You’re guaranteed to start your holiday getaway the right way with this gourmet breakfast. Visit Charleston this season and enjoy all the deliciousness in the elegant dining room at the Governor’s House Inn, dine on the verandah or in your guest room. It’s all about you this season! Once you have filled your belly, take a horse-drawn carriage tour through the Historic District. When you visit Charleston, this is an activity that cannot … Continue reading

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Carriage Tours in Charleston, South Carolina

There’s nothing like the sound of the clip clop of a horse-drawn carriage to take you right back in time! And there’s really no better way to begin your stay in Charleston than by taking a carriage tour through this beautiful, historic city. It will give you a great overview of the city as well as informative and enjoyable lessons in history and architecture. But not a dry, boring lesson – Charleston carriage tour guides are known for their unique combination of knowledge, wit and charm. You’ll be entertained as you ride, see and learn. But that’s not all; every carriage tour guide is licensed by the city. Testing for … Continue reading

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The Dock Street Theater…A Little Charleston History

When you visit Charleston in the near future, you should definitely keep in mind the Dock Street Theatre as a must see.  They always put on a great show, and it is one of the most interesting features of downtown Charleston.  Here is a little history on the theatre from the Charleston Stage: On February 12, 1736 the Dock Street Theatre opened with a performance of The Recruiting Officer. Built on the corner of Church Street and Dock Street (now known as Queen Street), the Historic Dock Street Theatre was the first building in America built exclusively to be used for theatrical performances. Flora, the first opera performance in America, … Continue reading

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