Historic Carriage Tour in Charleston, South Carolina [Travelling Foodie]
Things to Do in Charleston, SC: Historic horse-drawn Charleston carriage tour with Old South Carriage Company.
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Horse Carriage Ride Through Charleston
Horse carriage ride through Charleston.
Horse Carriage Ride Through Charleston
Watch horse carriage ride through Charleston.
Last December Day of 2016 | Charleston | Horse Carriage Ride
Exploring downtown with the #family - from Brunch to a Horse Drawn carriage tour to a walk at the beach... just another wonderful family day in Chucktown
Carriage Ride Through Charleston
narrated horse drawn carriage tour of French Quarter in New Orleans
This captures a good part of our horse drawn carriage ride through the French Quarter in New Orleans on Sunday, May 20, 2019. This was actually a really interesting ride and I now wish I had filmed more of it. I highly recommend such a carriage ride. It was way better than I initially thought it would be.
Carriage Horse falls in Downtown Charleston
Carriage Horse falls in Downtown Charleston
Charleston SC Carriage Tour on the East Battery
The Charleston Museum
A Multimedia INTERACTIVE Experience, featuring an Interactive Video Floor Map and 4 Kiosks with Suspended Air Screens
and Audio Domes
Produced by Talisman Media
For the City of Charleston, SC
and is permanently on display at the
Charleston Visitor Reception
and Transportation Center
The Port of Entry exhibit is an awesome high-tech multimedia experience
that has transformed the diorama map before you into what has been called
the ultimate wide-screen television.
You can watch it and you can interact with it from all four points of the compass--at the same time
The Port Of Entry exhibit created and designed by Talisman Media for the
Charleston South Carolina Visitor
and Transportation Center combines
the best elements of interactive gaming,
sophisticated computer programming,
high-definition video and animation into an action-pact exploration
of one of America's great walking cities, Charleston.
The Port of Entry -- a breakthrough exhibit where art and technology
merge to enlighten, entertain and inform.
You've never seen Charleston like this before.
When you can't walk, going on a carriage ride
Shelley goes on a horse drawn carriage ride in Charleston, SC. See how she does it with a little help from the staff of Palmetto Carriage Tours.
Carriage Ride In Charleston
April 12, 2009
Things To Do In Charleston SC
Also posted on This is a quick tour around Charleston South Carolina showing some of the things to do in Charleston that await visitors to this magnificent and historic city.
Charleston South Carolina, A city of history, hospitality, and a heaping dose of good ole southern charm.
Hi I'm Carl
In this short video you'll see Charleston come alive and you'll understand why one magazine recently voted it the number one tourist destination in all of America.
Something I've known for years.
One of the best ways to learn about Charleston's past is to take a tour.
And one of the fun ways to tour the city.... is in a horse drawn carriage.
That's exactly what I did on a recent visit.
As Kevin, supplied the.... uh horsepower, our knowledgable guide entertained and informed us with many interesting tidbits regarding Charleston's rich history, a city whose beginning dates back more than a hundred years before the founding of America.
Add in the picture perfect weather we enjoyed, and you've got the recipe for an experience that's hard to beat.
If exercise is more your style, one of the many walking tours may better suit your needs.
Charleston's downtown business and residential districts are compact and perfect for a relaxed and entertaining walk as you appreciate the history and beauty all around you.
At some point in your visit, you'll probably find yourself meandering through City Market, as will most of Charleston's 4 million annual visitors.
This Charleston landmark has been around since the 1790's.
Today from among the hundreds of local vendors, you can find just the right item to purchase and keep as a souvenir or to give as that special gift.
The city of Charleston proper boasts 90 properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with another 96 in the remaining parts of the county.
As you witness the variety of these restored treasures, you'll appreciate why Charleston was considered the cultural center of the antebellum South.
Since we're talking historical homes, make sure you stroll along East Battery street toward White Point Garden.
You'll enjoy the beauty of the magnificent row of stately antebellum homes that line the street to your right as Charleston harbor splashes against the battery seawall on which you walk.
Charleston's visitors also enjoy the city by water. There are numerous Harbor tours where one can get a better sense of Charleston's skyline, and with an evening cruise, enjoy a beautiful sunset as well.
Another harbor treat is to view the Ravenel bridge up close and personal. This Charleston landmark doesn't have the history that attracts so many to the Holy City, having been completed less than a decade ago, but it makes up for its newcomer status by its sheer size, spanning two and a half miles in length, and rising to the majestic height of 575 feet.
This 8 lane engineering marvel connects downtown Charleston to Mt Pleasant,
and one day a year, 40 thousand runners use it for their own personal highway in what's known as the Cooper River Bridge Run.
And who could visit Charleston and not take the boat to Fort Sumter, the scene of the first battle of the war between the States.
After a 30 minute narrated cruise, you'll step foot on the very soil where America's most bloody war began.
Once on site National Park Service Rangers will provide more details of this regrettable episode in our nation's history.
Charleston is also known for its Plantations.
You'd be hard pressed to fully understand what makes downtown Charleston what it is without visiting and learning more about the role played by these historic and massive plantations.
And while we're out and about, this is the perfect time for me to tell you that there are no less than 5 beaches within 25 miles of Charleston.
Whether your accommodations are on the beach, or you simply come to spend a peaceful sun drenched day, it's the perfect complement to your downtown Charleston adventure.
Did I hear someone say shopping?
Just so you know, King street was recently chosen as one of the 10 best shopping streets in the United States.
Whether its antiques, art, or fashion, you'll find it all.. I say... shop on!
All this activity will surely make you hungry enough to eat a horse...... oops..... sorry Kevin, my bad......
whether its fine dinning or various other award winning eateries, from barbecue to bistro, from cafe to cafeteria, from tavern to tearoom, and others too numerous to list, Charleston has it all.
Then when daylight turns to darkness, you'll have to take a break from your non stop Charleston adventure.
Charleston's travelers have access to some of the most elegant accommodations.
Whether you're looking for historic charm, a private hideaway, or unparalleled luxury, your nights in Charleston will be as perfect as your days.
Budget conscious families also have many alternatives from which to choose.
Poor animal can barely walk - Fully loaded Tonga Horse drawn carriage, Agra
Agra, the former capital of Hindustan, is a city on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is 363 kilometres west of the state capital, Lucknow, and 200 kilometres south of the national capital New Delhi. It is one of the most populous cities in Uttar Pradesh and the 19th most populous in India. It is a major tourist destination because of its many splendid Mughal-era buildings, most notably the Tāj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpūr Sikrī, all three of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Agra can also refer to the administrative district that has its headquarters in Agra city. Nearly five centuries ago, Agra was the commercial nerve centre of Mughal empire. Due to the presence of the Taj Mahal and other historic monuments, it has a tourism industry as well royal crafts like Pietra Dura, marble inlay and carpets. Today 40% of the population depends largely on agriculture, and others on the leather and footwear business and iron foundries. Agra is the second most self-employed in India in 2007, behind Varanasi, followed by Bhopal, Indore and Patna.
Tourism contributes to the economy of Agra. Agra is home to Asia's largest spa called Kaya Kalp -- The Royal Spa, at the Hotel Mughal in Agra. Agra has many industries. Uttar Pradesh's first plant biotech company Harihar Biotech is located near the Taj. Agra city is known for leather goods, carpets, handicrafts, Zari Zardozi, Marvel and stone carving and inlay work. Agra is known for its sweets (Petha and Gajak) and snacks (Dalmoth), garment manufacturers and exporters and an automobile industry. The city center place at Agra (Kinari Bazar) has jewellery and garments shops. The silver and gold jewellery hub is at Choube Ji Ka Fatak. The Shah Market area is an electronics market while Sanjay Place is the trade center of Agra.
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Charleston Carriage tour along Rainbow Row
Time lapse video of me drawing a Charleston carriage riding along Rainbow Row in Charleston SC.
I used ink on acid free paper.
Original and prints are available for sale upon request.
CTV Charleston Carriage Tours
Looking for a great way to show your family and friends Charleston, SC? CofC students, here is your chance! Take a tour around Charleston on a carriage tour and experience the history, culture, and heat of the city. CTV Entertainment's Sarah Wade is Doin' the Charleston on the carriage tours!
Carriage Tour - Charleston, South Carolina
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More from the fun ride through Charleston
CARTA Bus ride on Route 210
This is my first ride! And it is also my very fist bus video.
So here is The Detailed Story about how I filmed this. So back in march, I was visiting relatives in Myrtle Beach (about 90 miles north of Charleston) and we went on a daytrip to Charleston. A few Bus rides were in the agenda for the day so I was ready to whip out my iPhone and start recording. I also rode a different bus(can't remember the route number) and a ferry to fort Sumter. Unfortunately, the ferry footage got cut short on both rides, and the bus video Is too long to upload, but technically, I can still upload it. i was also gonna film a horse tour of downtown, and an uber ride, but I didn't want my phone battery to die. Oh, and the Bus Model is a New Flyer Industries MD30. Another thing I have to say is that at some point in the video the driver tells me not to stand up. I find this a stupid rule as I have been on many buses in Germany and out there they don't care if you stand up or sit. Anyway, that is enough talking, enjoy my fist bus ride in Charleston!