From its walking tours of Charleston's historic Art Deco, Gothic Revival, Italianate, and Victorian mansions to its backroads journey through the Smoky Mountains' small towns, scenic parks, and secluded campgrounds, this revised edition of Hidden Carolinas shows travelers the way to an adventure as varied and diverse as the two states it covers.
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