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Cosmos Mariners: Destination Unknown explores literature, history, culture, and arts from around the globe in one action...

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From the Mountains to the Sea (and Everything in Between): 2014 in Review

[...] Mariners baby turned eight months old (and learned how to crawl)! March Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina For a belated Valentine's Day gift, my husband and I headed to Brookgreen Gardens just [...]

South Carolina's Own UFO Welcome Center

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A First-timer's Guide to Charleston, South Carolina: Where to Visit, Eat, Shop, ...

[...] the time was right for me to impart my knowledge about my beloved hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. I was born here, and other than an eight-year-gap when I lived elsewhere in South Carolina, [...]

What Not to Do When Hiking with a Toddler

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10 Reasons to Visit Lake Lure, North Carolina

[...] 's why you should add Lake Lure, North Carolina to your travel bucket list. 10) There's more nature-related stuff to do than you [...]

Hello, Lake Lure!

[...] from the sunny skies and sandy beaches here in Charleston is the gorgeous little community of Lake Lure, North Carolina. In the last thirty years, it's been known as the filming locations of Dirty [...]

A Hedgehog, a Devil, and Some Really Gorgeous Views: Chimney Rock State Park

[...] found this painting at the entrance to the park--so fun! What better place to start my visit to Lake Lure than at one of its most well-known attractions? Even though Chimney Rock has been open for [...]

The Flowering Bridge of Lake Lure

[...] When I was planning my trip to Lake Lure and Rutherford County (NC), I kept hearing about this flowering bridge that I had to visit. [...]

How to Have a Low Cost Disney World Trip

[...] Growing up, Walt Disney World was one of my family's favorite vacation spots (though, who am I kidding? At nearly 30, it is [...]

Walt Disney World with a Toddler: the Pros and Cons

[...] After nearly four weeks, I'm finally getting ready to blog about our Walt Disney World trip. I blame all of those December holidays that happened right after we got back. (Ha!) In a [...]

Why I Travel

[...] The first trip that I ever went on was to Disney World. My grandparents, parents, and I all piled into the family motorhome and made the (what should [...]

A Grown Up's Guide to Walt Disney World

[...] So many people think that Walt Disney World equals a kids' only zone. But let me assure you: it is not. You can be a perfectly respectable [...]

What to Do at Walt Disney World When You Aren't at the Parks

[...] On our December 2014 trip to Walt Disney World, we did something that we hadn't done in at least twenty years: we allotted free time away [...]

A Walt Disney World Aloha

[...] Walt Disney World 2014: We came, we saw, we had a blast. One of the goals of this trip was to try new [...]

Port Orleans Resort at Walt Disney World

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How to Dress at Walt Disney World: Look Like a Princess While Staying Comfortabl...

[...] , I say rock your vacation wear as you see fit. However, in my many years of visiting Walt Disney World, I've come to find that certain wardrobe choices will grant you wildly different [...]

Tidal Flats and Deserted Beaches, Andros Island

[...] and complete insanity. So, yay for a new blog post today! Continuing on my new mini-series on Andros Island, today we're going to take a walk down memory lane and discuss that time I hung out on a [...]

School in the Bahamas: Forfar Field Station, Andros Island

[...] there to avoid everything else that's going on than to look at more pictures from my trip to Andros Island? Answer: there isn't one. At least, there isn't one that doesn't involve my passport and an [...]

Blue Holes, Andros Island, Or How to Get Really Freaked Out While Swimming

[...] fun and awesome and adventurous. Let's all live vicariously though my next post in the Andros Island, Bahamas series I have going on, shall we? As I've mentioned in a few of my earlier posts, I [...]

Androsia Fabric Factory, Andros Island, Bahamas

[...] in Fresh Creek and that fabric comes in a dozen crazy bright, beautiful hues. When I visited Andros Island for a college trip while I was at Clemson University (Go Tigers!), one of the highlights was [...]

Historic Hotels of American Luncheon + the Wentworth Mansion

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How a Children's Museum is Changing One North Carolina Community

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Walt Disney World Bucket List

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Sponsor Spotlight: Outback Expat

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A Short History of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel

[...] my great-great-great-people. It's no wonder, then, that I dove into the history of the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. And there was plenty of it for me to swim around in luxuriously. I had the privilege of [...]

Jekyll Island Club Hotel: A Tour

[...] definitely is. The crown jewel in my vacation has, hands down, been our stay at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. There's history everywhere around here, and I've loved soaking up every moment. I've [...]

20 Southern Islands on the Atlantic Coast

[...] , Astors, and Carnegies, Jekyll Island is now a state park. You can still stay at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel, which has been completely refurbished, and tour some of the cottages in the historic [...]

Road Trip! Jekyll Island Bound

[...] . Our destination? Somewhere that I've wanted to visit for a long, long time: The Jekyll Island Club Hotel on Jekyll Island, Georgia Eek! I'm so excited!! It was built back in the late [...]

How to Visit Disney World Like a Local {Guest Post from Orange Blossoms & Su...

[...] , which happens this year from November 29th through December 31st at 6, 7, 8 and 9 PM. Downtown Disney, Pleasure Island and Marketplace have been local favorites for years. There is a multi- [...]

A Grown Up's Guide to Walt Disney World

[...] , and enjoy the magic. My sister sporting her sparkly Minnie ears in Epcot's Mexico. 4) Hit up Downtown Disney. With restaurants, shops, and shows, Downtown Disney is a great place to enjoy the Disney [...]

What to Do at Walt Disney World When You Aren't at the Parks

[...] until we nearly cried, and it was the best $22 I've spent in a very long time. Head over to Downtown Disney. This massive complex combines shopping, dining, a bowling alley, a movie theatre, Cirque de [...]

Port Orleans Resort at Walt Disney World

[...] . I had a lot of time on my hands and direct access to the Sassagoula River Cruise from the Downtown Disney dock. After grabbing lunch at Wolfgang Puck one afternoon, I decided to venture over to the [...]

A Stroll Around Charleston {Guest Post by Laura from Simply Lowcountry}

[...] , Rob, and I live in the James Island area- which is just a quick 10-minute drive from downtown Charleston. Downtown is one of our favorite areas to stroll around in the evening: the houses, the [...]

6 Kid-Friendly Things to Do in Charleston

[...] trying to drive past the super slow cart), you'll be free to learn all about the history of downtown Charleston. {via} 5. Fort Sumter Much like the carriage ride, the history might not stick with a [...]

Best Day Trips from Charleston, South Carolina

[...] SkyWheel (which resembles the London Eye). Myrtle Beach is an hour and a half drive from downtown Charleston via Highway 17 North. Savannah. While this trip can be done in a day (about four hours [...]

A Stroll in Downtown Charleston

[...] are we actually getting to a real, life picture?" Right now! Pow. Because no trip to downtown Charleston is complete without taking pictures of a plethora of people's front doors like some weirdo [...]

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From the Mountains to the Sea (and Everything in Between): 2014 in Review

[...] Mariners baby turned eight months old (and learned how to crawl)! March Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina For a belated Valentine's Day gift, my husband and I headed to Brookgreen Gardens just [...]

South Carolina's Own UFO Welcome Center

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