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Farin Fabre
(225) 927-6002
7744 Florida Blvd
Baton Rouge, LA
Agency
Malcolm Travel & Cruise
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.malcolmtravel.com/

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Tejuanya Evans
(225) 939-1354
5032 Sunshine Park Court
Baton Rouge, LA
Agency
Destination Travel Agency
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.destinationtravelagency.net

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Malcolm Travel & Cruise
(225) 763-9999
7520 Perkins Road,Suite 140
Baton Rouge, LA
Services
Annual Travel Benefit,Client Letter

BEST WESTERN PLUS Siegen Inn
(225) 366-6776
10707 Honore Ln
Baton Rouge, LA
 
Leisure Discount Travel
(225) 298-1296
2900 Westfork Dr
Baton Rouge, LA

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Jerry Pearson
(225) 926-3752
7949 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA
Agency
Pearson's Travel World
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.pearsonstravel.com

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Trina Guitreau
(225) 571-4406
1443 East Hwy 30
Gonzales, LA
Agency
Paradise Vacation Group
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
paradisevacationgroup.com

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Malcolm Travel & Cruise
(225) 927-6002
7744 Florida Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA
Services
Annual Travel Benefit,Foreign Currency Exchange – Sell

Pearson's Travel World
(225) 926-3752
7949 Jefferson Hwy
Baton Rouge, LA

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Cruise Planners American Express
(866) 472-2858
37052 Rivergate Ave
Geismar, LA
 
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South Carolina

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The culmination of rich colonial history, stunning architecture, and southern hospitality and charm is found in the sunny state of South Carolina.
Here, you can sink your toes in beautiful beaches that rival any found on the West Coast, tour massive plantation estates and quaint 1700th century homes, unwind at the gorgeous gardens and parks, or have fun at the many zoos, museums, and concert halls scattered throughout the state.
Don’t let her old age fool you; South Carolina is one of the most exciting states on the East Coast.

Those who would argue that the West controls the market on beautiful beaches have never visited Myrtle Beach. Miles of white sand and crystal clear water make Myrtle Beach the perfect place to begin our tour. Along with the breath-taking coastline, the town also hosts more than 100 golf courses, malls, restaurants, boutiques, water parks, and deep-fishing venues. Some attractions that should not be missed include Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede, where patrons can enjoy delicious southern cooking, while watching an entertaining dinner show, complete with daring horsemanship and thrilling stunts. At the Family Kingdom—South Carolina’s only seaside amusement park, and one of the top ten parks in the country—you can ride over 30 hair-raising roller-coasters and munch on tasty treats.

Keep on Highway 17 to reach our next destination spot, the charming little town of Murrell’s Inlet. If you are a bird enthusiast, head over to Huntington Beach State Park, where many flocks of feathered fowl gather along the banks of the freshwater lagoon, or near the salt marsh. The unique Brookegreen Gardens provides a leafy oasis of pools, flowers, and fountains, with hundreds of pieces of artistic sculpture skillfully blended into the landscape.

Farther down the 17 Highway is the booming, historic town of Charleston. Stop in at the South Carolina Aquarium and Wharf, and you will not only get a view of amazing marine life and superb seafood, but also get a chance to see a movie at the IMAX Theater and shop at many chic boutiques. To see the historic side of the city, make a trip to Fort Sumter National Monument and see where the initial struggle between Union Soldiers and the Confederate armies began. Or hop on a carriage ride through the downtown distinct to see the wonderful 1700th century homes and the sprawling Drayton, Magnolia, and Middleton Plantations.

From Charleston, travel on Interstate 26 West and 77 North to the state capital of Columb...

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