The Southern Carolina

Transportation has never been so easy. I’m here in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where vacationers cruise the strip with golf carts. It is quite the sight. Bumper to bumper traffic until cart curfew at 11 o’clock every night. South Carolina must be a hot spot. Read about Greenville (just four hours from Myrtle Beach) in this article I found from GoNOMAD, Gorgeous Greenville, South Carolina.

“Greenville has followed in the footsteps of other Southern cities that were able to turn around their image by refurbishing its older structures and creating architecturally pleasing new ones.

Sure there are tacky buildings from the 1960s and 70s, but the storefront brick facades and tree-lined streets drown out the drab exteriors to buildings like the structure that houses the town’s newspaper.

Whether you’re driving, walking or taking the town’s trolley, getting around town is easy. Even for the “navigationally-challenged,” it’s tough to get lost in Greenville.

Another advantage to making a visit here is that it is affordable. You don’t have to visit eateries like High Cotton everyday. There are plenty of places to dine for a low price.

I had a cheap, delicious meal at Soby’s on the Side. Located behind the main Soby’s restaurant, Soby’s on the Side offers affordable breakfast, lunch and brunch dishes.

Restaurants including Soby’s, Mary’s and High Cotton, hotels like the Westin Poinsett and thoroughfares like Main Street and McBee Avenue are examples of how Greenville came alive in the past decade.”

For more check out GoNOMAD!