21 August, 2014: Economic problems and financial meltdowns are just some of the things that could besiege a city. When that happens, it usually takes some time before they are able to get back on their feet. It is, therefore, understandable that many were in awe with the rapid growth in economy of one small town in South Carolina.
Touted as the “Magic City”, the city of Florence in South Carolina has experienced a phenomenal growth in its economy right after the Second World War. It was also named as the “All-American City” and was considered as a major railroad hub, until today, with trains coming and going from and to such places as the Wilmington and Manchester, the Northeastern, and the Cheraw and Darlington. It is also considered as a haven for business owners particularly those that touch on medicine, culture and finance sectors.
While it might seem like the city of Florence is a highly commercialized one, it is actually not 100% true. Parts of Florence are actually able to attract tourists due to the culture and history that it presents. Some of the most well-known places in Florence include the Dillion House, the Florence Museum, the Florence Civic Center, the War Between the States Museum, the Freedom Florence, and the Darlington Raceway. This is aside from the numerous restaurants that line the city streets.
Now, in order to take in all that Florence has to offer, a good place to stay should be your first priority. With so many hotels in Florence South Carolina, it can be quite tricky finding the right one. Fortunately, you can always rely on Florence Inn and Suites, one of the most well-known hotels in Florence SC.
Guests of the Florence Inn and Suites can enjoy free wireless Internet access, provision for pets, free local as well as toll-free and long distance calls, and access to outdoor pool.
If you want to know more about the different amenities that Florence Inn and Suites has for their guests, head to http://www.indembsudan.com/90817/28.htm. You can make use of the quick reservation form on their page in order to book a room in advance without leaving the comfort of your own home.
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Florence Inn and Suites
3821 Bancroft Road, I-95 Exit 157,
Florence, SC, 29501US
Phone: (843) 664-9494