Mark Twain got it all wrong when he dismissed the game of golf as “a good walk spoiled.” Golf presents ideal opportunities for soaking in spectacular scenic views and spying on natural wildlife while you engage in the futile pursuit of the perfect swing. And, with Georgia’s weather, you can pretty much go swinging year-round.
Whether you normally travel solo, in groups, with kids or senior citizens, a train ride to New Orleans feels less stressful than getting there through the air.
A decade ago, no one had any serious doubts about Charleston, S.C.’s, reputation as a hub for refined Lowcountry cuisine. But no one could have predicted that the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival (March 4-8) would become an international attraction that exposes the world to all of the city’s charms.
This 300-year cultural history goes a lot deeper than colorful beads, costumes and debauchery.
Much has changed since Margaret Mitchell compared Savannah and its coastal companion Charleston to “aged grandmothers sunning themselves placidly in the sun.” Here are a few of those changes.