Eleven different tours take you to the famous sights and secret byways of Charleston, from the celebrated Battery to the secluded beautiful neighborhoods that many visitors miss.
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The Moores live in Charleston and have produced the only guide to all the neighborhoods of the historic districtthe world-class architecture, sub-tropical gardens and history of America's most historic city. Includes maps, walking tours which coordinate with the local shuttle bus, and cafe information. 300 Photographs.About the Author:
Margaret Moore was a food editor at Glamour Magazine in New York. She currently reviews restaurants in Charleston and France for the Charleston Mercury. She was a founding member of the Historic Districts Council, the Drive to Protect Ladies' Mile and the Committee to Save the City, three groups active in historic preservation in New York City. She studied architecture at Columbia University and researched 400 buildings of Ladies Mile (the area around the Flatiron Building in Manhattan,) which was designated as an historic district in 1989. Her book, End of the Road for Ladies Mile?, photographed by her husband Truman Moore, won the Phoenix Award from the Society of American Travel Writers. That book, as well as this one, was made possible by a grant from the the Kaplan Fund.
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Book Description TM Photography, Inc., 2007. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11096601443X