The charter bus is waiting for you and your gang to depart for the great city of Charleston. This town is the most beautifully preserved architectural and historic treasure, with a rich, 300 year heritage. You and your charter bus group are going to love it.
Since its founding in 1670. The city is a testament to the spirit and tenacity of its citizens. Everyone on the charter bus will appreciate this effort Charleston has displayed through occupation, economic hardship, fires, earthquakes and hurricanes, This city and its people have exhibited a remarkable resilience.
Charleston is a great town to visit, I thought I might tell you some of the things you and the gang on the charter bus can see and do. The Have Not's! Comedy Improv, is a place where the locals go. The funniest show you'll ever be a part of! No scripts! The Have Not's! perform high energy improv comedy based on audience suggestion, which I am sure some of the folks on the charter bus would love to partake in. This makes each show different from the last.
There is the Carolina Gallery. This is the oldest art gallery. Profiled in Southern Accents, National Geographic Explorer, Town & Country, and Architectural Digest. Featuring the art of the Charleston Renaissance--Alfred Hutty, Alice Smith, Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, contemporary local artists, and museum quality picture framing. Located in Charleston's famous King Street Antique District. Everyone on the charter bus tour will enjoy this artful excursion.
There is also the Charleston Art Gallery & Portrait Studio. This is a working studio of oil portrait artist, Cecile Langham Cothran. The gang from your charter bus, can choose from various styles, subject matter and media, including sculpture and fine art photography. An impressive list of local and regional artists.
Antiques! This place has the most wonderful historic Antiques District..They are celebrating their 75th anniversary. They specialize in personally selected 18th and 19th century English furniture, silver, porcelain, crystal and brass. They also have bench-made reproduction furniture and lighting fixtures. Exclusive makers of the original Charleston Battery Bench.
I know, you were waiting for me to say it, yep, Golf. It's here in living color. Charleston loves it's golf and so will everyone that's on board the charter bus. The land that once produced a large volume of the world's rice and indigo is now home to some of America's top-ranked golf courses, built amid the giant oaks, the tidal rivers and saltwater marshes. Many bear the names of the former plantations upon which they are built. History and golf all rolled up in one.
I bet you are getting a little hungry by now. Well, visitors to Charleston are constantly amazed at the quality and variety of restaurants that can be enjoyed. All of you on the charter bus will be able to choose from southern-style to five-star French and everything in between!
There is the North Towne Grill & Seafood. Over 30 years experience on how to take care of customers. They specialize in flame grilled steaks, slow roasted chicken, and broiled-fried-steamed seafood. Another place is the Palm Tree Grill, nestled in the midst of tropical plants and towering trees, enjoy local favorites prepared by extraordinary chefs while creating an unforgettable experience whether for lunch or dinner.If you weren't hungry before, I bet you are now.
Shopping in Charleston is just as diverse and exciting. Be sure to visit the hand-made sweet grass baskets and other crafts in Charleston Historic District and famous Old City Market. From its recognizable shops such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Gucci to its specialty stores like Ben Silver and Croghanís Jewel Box, Charleston is a shoppers delight.
Your next charter bus excursion to Charleston will leave your charter bus group chock full of great memories of a fine Southern time!