15 Church Street Bed & Breakfast - Phillips-Yates-Snowden House
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I'm just a little over a week away from setting off on my Grande Irish Adventure. Very mixed emotions, to be sure. Of course I'm thrilled and of course I can't wait to get started. There is also some anxiety over the duration of my trip. A week, after all, is a very long time to be away from my family. I've also never been out of the country by myself, at the mercy of the airline schedules, public transport, English language barriers. And ...
... the home at my own pace and spend some time imagining what the rooms looked like.
After my tour, I headed off for some lunch and then wandered down King Street, where all the fancy shops are. I was looking for one in particular, the Savannah Bee Company. My sister Leslie got me their Tea Honey for Christmas one year and I discovered they have an actual store in Charleston. If you like honey, you will love this store. You can sample ...
Thick mist and light rain this morning, so no early walk. We went to sleep last night to the sound of a distant fog horn, and I was awoken by an early text from Paddy in Ireland, saying they were on a bus to visit Galway Bay and Blarney Castle. I hope they both kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the gift of eloquence.
Visiting a plantation is a must do in the Deep South, and I overcame my moral horror at ...
... Mt. Pleasant. What a beautiful drive down the main road to the main house. The Avenue of Oaks was breathtaking with the long branches arching the road and the Spanish moss overhanging. It was more than I could hope for. We took a tour of the house (4th one to stand on that spot- this one from the 1930s) but had furniture of the 1800s. The tour guide was really good, a local who told us funny little southern tidbits of info. Next we took the tram tour of the land. Lots of ...
... was rich and yummy, at least as made by this bar.
So that was the first course, change venues (apart from a brief interlude to watch the start of the local raft race) and with the taste for new Southern tastes firmly embedded we move on to trying alligator, fried green tomatoes, crawfish popcorn and of course local shrimps. All good.
Manage to waddle back to the shuttle for trip back regaled by driver Chuck’s tales of ...
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