15 Church Street Bed & Breakfast - Phillips-Yates-Snowden House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We have been looking forward to this stop since we started planning our adventure.
We stopped here on an overnight several years ago when we brought our boat north.
Arriving on a Saturday; we had a few days to explore before I had to settle into work.
We are staying at the Maritime Center. Great staff and friendly marina.
It has ...
... a gentleman, asked if they knew the cooks. They laughed, and said, "We are the cooks." They were obviously very comfortable with who they were. Besides, they said, you should never trust a skinny cook. I had something that was probably called a coconut square and was made with chocolate and butterscotch chips, coconut and some sort of thin crust on the bottom. It was real good, and only $2.00.
We ended up checking all of the booths and we talked to ...
... from the novel
We arrived on March 22nd, late afternoon. Traffic wasn't much of a problem driving north from Orlando, just some miles of drizzling rain to contend with. We had breakfast at Cracker Barrel, a favorite pit stop. We checked into the hotel about 4 PM, in time to do a little unpacking before our orientation and dinner.
Met with Judi, our group leader, ...
... that rose 50 feet high, but after the Civil War, it was nearly destroyed. After South Carolina succeeded from the Union, it considered all property within its state to be property of the state, not the Union. But the government thought otherwise. Thus ensued the battle for Fort Sumter and, of course, the Union lost that battle to keep the Fort.
Paraphrasing Wikipedia - On Thursday, April 11, 1861, General P.G.T. Beauregard sent three ...
... turns which led me right to the Center for Women building. Well of course I had to go in and see what they did. Happened that they were revealing a new brand the next night at a big event and of course I had to buy a ticket. It was so much fun comparing notes on what they do and what I have experienced with different organizations. Great women, very welcoming.
That was my start of the incredible hospitality in this city. As ...