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Charleston and Savannah in December

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Hi:

We trying to plan a trip in early or mid-December and are thinking of Charleston and Savannah. We are two adults, no kids and have been to both cities in the spring several years ago, but it was cold and rainy. We will split 8 days between the two cities.

I've done some research and it looks like the weather would typically be in the 50-60 degrees and not too rainy. Is this typical weather in December?

Does anyone have any must see suggestions? We are interested in photography, especially landscapes, nature and architecture.

We are also interested in the coastal area, especially Cumberland Island, for scenery and nature, not swimming.

Thanks!

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