Title: 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die, Second Edition
Author: Lynn and Cele Seldon
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
The clippity-clop of horse-drawn carriages on cobblestoned streets under the Spanish moss-draped trees of the Lowcountry transports you to another era in Charleston, the sweetheart of the Southeast. And with so much architecture, history, and rich cuisine to explore, you’ll want to maximize your visit to this South Carolina gem. Let 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die be your guide for where to go, what to see, where to dine, and where to shop ‘til you drop.
Taste oh-so-Southern favorites like shrimp and grits and she-crab soup before taking in the lush landscapes and antebellum architecture. Explore Civil War history at Fort Sumter, or be a part of sea turtle recovery at the South Carolina Aquarium. Don’t forget to pick up a famous seagrass basket at the City Market and take advantage of all the seasonal activities and suggested itineraries the book provides.
Lynn and Cele Seldon bring to light all the grace and beauty that help the “Holy City” charm visitors and locals alike. Don’t miss any of its overflowing opportunities with this unique guidebook for everyone.
Live 5's Raphael James is talking about the book 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die. The authors, Lynn and Cele Seldon, give us the inside scoop on the list.
Happenings: Book prizes, new publications, a guidebook update and a podcast session – The Post and Courier
Reedy Press has issued the second edition of the popular guidebook 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die by Lynn and Cele Seldon. The book features updated information about restaurants, architecture, sites, activities, history and more.
Richard Chats with Authors of “100 Things to do in Charleston Before You Die”, Lynn & Cele Seldon – 105.5 The Bridge
Check out Richard Todd’s conversation with the authors of 100 Things to do in Charleston Before you Die, Lynn & Cele Seldon. They discuss the release of the 2nd edition of this very popular book and their own personal favorites