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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Menu Item: Black Cat
Notes: Restaurant is named after Edgar Allan Poe and with the menu items. The Black Cat contained 1/2 pound beef patty cooked medium and topped with bacon, chili, pimento cheese, grilled & fried onions, lettuce, tomato, & pickles.
Comments: It was extremely good and perfectly good with a crisp outside ...
... beautiful place.
The enormous live oak trees are said to be at least 600 years old & maybe much older! I just loved them, there shapes & long long limbs. They are dripping with Spanish moss, not a moss at all - it's an air plant that absorbs water from the air & rain. It entices you to touch it, which is just what Ron & I did until someone told us not to because its full of chiggers!! "What's ...
... lot of open areas and wide roads.
Accommodation in Charleston was expensive, so we are staying at Mount Pleasant across the bridge. The hotel is on Shem Ceek which is a fishing area. Don't be fooled - it's wonderful. The creek is scenic and there are seafood bars and restaurants along the water. After checking into our hotel, we walked to Red's Ice House restaurant and had beers, crab chowder and shrimp and bacon kebabs. Welcome to South Carolina!
... all the slaves towards the end of the Civil War.
Then we walked and walked, admiring the beautiful houses and not even stopping for lunch! Did a tour of Edmondson-Alston House built in 1820, townhouse for a rice plantation owner. The slaves drained and cleared the swamps and rice was very successful. The surrounding area is known as The Lowlands.
Judging by the shops and the people in town, Charleston still seems to be ...
... Ann and I were able to tour the plantation. In addition to the gardens, there's also a stable and rice mill. The staff at Middleton Place dress in period costumes, and demonstrate many of the practices of the day. We observed silk spinning and the operation of turning corn into corn meal. Pretty cool stuff.
Middleton Place is worth the look when in the Charleston ...