Tweet In between coming down with an upper respiratory infection and becoming a contributor to Sweet Lemon Magazine’s Zesty Digest blog, I drove up to Charleston for the Charleston Wine + Food Festival. It always feels good to go back, even if it’s not home anymore. I never had the chance to go to the [...]
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TweetCharleston, South Carolina is one of my favorite cities in the world, but admittedly, not cheap. From February through May, the city’s top events keep every hotel in town booked: the Southeastern Wildlife Expo, Charleston Fashion Week, Spoleto Festival USA, Charleston Wine + Food Festival and the Cooper River Bridge Run. There are a few [...]
Tweet Colonial Lake, Charleston, where I walked anytime something was bothering me Something you might be surprised to know about me is that I hate running, despite entering races constantly. I run because I know I should, but I walk because I enjoy it. I enjoy the scenery and it’s my favorite part about visiting a [...]
Tweet I’ve long considered Charleston more of my “home” than Atlanta. While I was raised in Georgia, Charleston is where I did most of my growing up and what made me into the person I am today. It’s where I learned to live with others, where I balanced work and play, where I found out the [...]
Tweet I heard about Charleston’s NotSo Hostel before I had ever stayed in a hostel myself, long before my backpacking trip through Ireland. I always wanted a chance to stay there, to feel like a traveler in my own city. Now that I’ve moved away (and visit as often as possible!), I knew it was [...]
Tweet I was very excited to return to Charleston for my college reunion and in celebration of my sister Sammi’s 22nd birthday. Our present to her was something completely out of my comfort zone, a kayaking tour on Mount Pleasant’s seafood capital, Shem Creek. I did my research and booked the Shem Creek and Crab [...]
TweetWhen the lovely Scotti Cline sent me a Charleston carepackage, one of the items I was most excited about was the crepe mix from one of our favorite Saturday traditions, crepes from Charleston Crepe Company at the Farmer’s Market. When we lived together, and even when we didn’t, we would walk around the corner from our [...]
Tweet It was my home for four years and where I made some of my best memories. Every time I see someone’s Facebook update about something happening in Charleston, I think I die a little inside. The fact that Charleston in summertime is the best anywhere is especially painful as I am typing this on [...]
Tweet How do I say goodbye to this city? I’ve had so much life here. So many firsts. First apartments, first roommates, first beer. I’ve loved and had my heart smashed here. I’ve met some of my best friends here. I’ve lost friends here. I can’t even begin to sum up my experience. I love [...]
TweetHaving never been to the Charleston Museum and needing to check it off my Charleston list, I spent yesterday checking out their exhibits as well as touring the Joseph Manigault House. It’s one of the oldest museums in the country and used to be housed at the College of Charleston. It’s a field trip staple for every Lowcountry [...]
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Caroline Eubanks is the blogger behind Caroline in the City and a freelance writer. This native Atlantan spent four years at university in Charleston before choosing a life of perpetual travel. After a summer volunteering in Thailand and sailing in Croatia, she made the move to spend a year in Australia. Read more. br>
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