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ENTREE flew down south this winter to revisit the historic city of Charleston. The buzz was simply too loud for us to ignore: Here’s a town where having a bad meal is practically impossible. So we checked into the wonderful Belmond Charleston Place, a grand-dame American hotel in the truest sense from a company we admire. Black-tied revelers and live jazz piano spilled out of the bar area of the hotel’s restaurant, Charleston Grill, as sharply-dressed families squeezed between Christmas trees for photos and to watch an elaborate train set circle a miniature alpine village. From the traditional shoe shine off the lobby to the Club Level lounge where we’d idle over Benne Wafers and bourbon in the evening, we were charmed thoroughly by the hotel...
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