A small, southern state in what can be considered the Old South. One of the first 13 colonies, South Carolina had an important part in both the American Revolution and the American Civil War. South Carolina plays a less important part in the overall of the United States in contemporary history, but its major cities: Columbia, Charleston, and Myrtle Beach, are still somewhat vivid. The Upstate is a hilly region, but it becomes more regular until it hits the sea. The "Lowcountry", as the long strip of oceanside land is called, is very flat and has a subtropical climate. Many of South Carolina's cities and towns are very pleasant, but some areas still pertain to the sterotypes branded to its people.
I will visit South Carolina one day, but not very soon.