Georgetown, SC was where we spent our first night out on our vacation (late February). Yeah, I know, I am way behind with adding vacation photos to the site. It will be time for our next vacation by the time I get them all up.
Historic Georgetown is the third oldest city in the U.S. state of South Carolina and the county seat of Georgetown County, in the Lowcountry. (source) It is a beautiful little city that you can get to by car or boat. The first time that I saw Georgetown was when we stopped with our boat on the way from Florida on the ICW. There’s an Harborwalk on Front ST along the water. There’s shops, museums, and restaurants and of course, there are photo ops galore. Check out the Georgetown, SC Visitor Guide website for more info.
It is a great place to visit. We had planned on spending a couple of nights but it was raining and the weather was turning colder. Ice and or snow was predicted so we stayed for only one night and moved on. Georgetown is close enough to home that I think we need to take a trip down for three or four days and do some more exploring. Have you been to Georgetown?
One more thing. As we drove into Georgetown on RT 17, we passes this ramshackle old motel. I could NOT head out without a photo of it so we backtracked five or six miles to get some photos before heading toward Georgia. Gotta love these old buildings. I will be back soon with more vacation photos or some other interesting thing that I find to take a photo of. See you then.