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One Day, One Place: Charleston, S.C.

Charleston won the annual Most Mannerly Cities contest for so many years running that it finally accepted a lifetime achievement award and graciously bowed out of the race. Get to the Hominy Grill when it opens, but be prepared to wait — a mimosa or a Bloody Mary will help fill the time. [...] fortified, spend the morning walking along the Cooper River. Starting at Waterfront Park, take in the view from one of the swinging benches on the pier, then follow the path south with the harbor to your left, palm trees and two large fountains (where kids are welcome to plunge) on your right.
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