Triangle Char & Bar Gets Mention In The Boston Globe!

A visit to the Holy City, so named for its historic houses of worship, pulls you back in time. Horse-drawn carriages transport tourists along cobblestone streets flanked by centuries-old, beautifully preserved, and impeccably manicured gardens and homes, many open to the public. From land, you can gaze across the harbor to Fort Sumter, where soldiers suffered the first hit in the Civil War. But Charleston comes with a fast-forward button, too. Read The Rest Of This Entry »

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