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Midnight Rooster is a great spot for coffee and food in historic Hartsville, SC

Posted by on Saturday, March 23, 2013, In : Food 
We went to Midnight Rooster for the first time yesterday for lunch and it was really busy! The front entrance is very welcoming with clear signs to show you where you should go if you only want coffee and where to go for food. We immediately went straight to the back for a place to sit for food. 
(front of entrance)
 The only table left was a chess table, a perfect top for two. While waiting for our waiter to come, we quickly arranged the chess pieces and started playing at once. What a memorab...
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Hartsville, SC is a "small town with a big heart"

Posted by on Saturday, March 23, 2013,
Hartsville is known as the small town with a big heart. I went to Hartsville, SC today for the first time to visit their downtown area and I was so happy I did. Although the town is small, it has a lot of neat restaurants and shops. The town looks very clean and you can tell that it's a great neighborhood here. 
(Hartsville Water Tower)
With a population of less than 5,000 people, this town offers more than you expect. With a lot of great mom and pop restaurants and great attention from nearby ...
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Even on a rainy day, Charleston is still beautiful.

Posted by on Tuesday, February 26, 2013,
We visited Charleston last weekend and it was my first time there. My husband lived there for two years because of Nuke School. It definitely is obvious that it's the oldest city in the US but it's beautiful, even on a rainy or cloudy day. It rained for most of the weekend when we were there in February. The town is busy at night on weekends and many come to the Social Bar for their bachelorette parties when we visited. 

Picture above is view of the ocean. Picture below is of the main street ...
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