Larry and Nancy Feinberg of Charleston, S.C., watch storm clouds from the deck of the USS Yorktown, where an eclipse-watching party of 2,500 will gather on Aug. 21. BO EMERSON / BEMERSON@AJC.COM
You’ve heard about some of the problems facing eclipse chasers as they flock to the path of totality across the United States.
Massive traffic jams, eye damage, etc.
Charleston, the Holy City by the sea and perhaps the coolest town in the path of the shadow, presents a few additional concerns.
We’ll get to those in a minute. But first, why would it be a great idea to visit Charleston, S.C., during the Great American Eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21?
One: It’s Charleston. A paradise for foodies, beach lovers and history buffs, Charleston repeatedly ranks at the top in best places to visit...Read More