Maybe you don’t want to leave the bustling Philly-South Jersey-Delaware atmosphere and stay within ten minutes of Wawa.
However, if you’re looking for a change of pace and add a little spice to your summer vacation, then “South of the Border” just might be for you.
Nestled on the South Carolina border, “South of the Border” is a world-famous rest-stop and attraction. Upon heading to the stop, visitors can find the large sombrero tower. It’s a Mexican-style town that has a pantry, gas station, places to eat and even a campground if you have to stay the night. Another fun part of the attraction is the mascot, “Pedro,” a big, happy man statue placed in the heart of the town-like attraction.
Visitors looking to stay just for a short time can take pictures with the mascot and other fun statues. There’s also a huge gift shop where you can buy anything you possibly need – and more – before hitting the road again.
Before leaving “South of the Border” make sure you sign your name and when you visited on the bigger statue of “Pedro.”
For more information about “South of the Border,” click here.
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