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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Bluffton and Beaufort, Two B's in South Carolina

 Showing you some of the highlights you can expect to find if your tour Bluffton and or Beaufort, South Carolina.  Here we are for the A-Z post.

You see a walking map of the historic area in Bluffton, a great lunch with wine to enjoy also in Bluffton, or kick back like hubby with a favorite beer in either of those fun cities.

Take a buggy ride or horse drawn narrated tour, enjoy the old houses and beautiful hanging moss and gardens throughout the cities.  Don't miss the historic grave yards or beautiful old churches.

We've toured Beaufort both on foot and in a horse drawn carriage guided tour.  Personally we preferred to walk on our own.  Bluffton is smaller and so easy to access via shoe leather express.

I've written 7 posts with more detail for those wanting more specifics about traveling there:
Beaufort
Bluffton

Both are an easy day trip from Hilton Head, South Carolina.  Both are quaint, interesting and very historical.  Neither one would be a good option with small children, in my opinion.  Too many things you can't touch, too much to listen to, too much walking.  

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(#11, start with 1909)

8 comments:

  1. I like the name of your blog! Traveling is so much fun, and history. History is one of my passions. I can just read about it for hours and hours. Welcome to the A to Z Challenge!

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  2. My husband is from Summerville, SC and I love South Carolina. We live in Alabama but love visiting his brother in Myrtle Beach and sister in Greenville. The state is loaded with so much history and beauty. Great post.

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  3. Hi, I'm visiting from the A-Z Challenge.

    I love to travel, but don't get to do much of it. My husband has visited South Carolina, and has suggested we go together some time, but who knows when we will make it.

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  4. I'll be in Charleston next month. Wish I had more time to visit more of the state!

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  5. Sign me up!
    Love the blog. I'm stopping in from the A to Z. Happy blogging!

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  6. Stopping by from the A-Z Challenge. I'll have to keep these two places in mind since my family and I are planning a vacation this summer to SC. Good luck with the rest of the challenge!

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