1837 Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Menu Item: Rib, Pulled Chicken, & Pulled Pork Combo with Mac 'n Cheese and Cole Slaw
Notes: Forgot to take a picture. Supposedly the best dry rub ribs in the Southeast.
Comments: The ribs were too dry and had smaller bones than a lot of places. They also had a lot of gristle in them and not a ton of meat ...
For 125 years, four successive generations worked the Plantation. Then after the Civil War the Main House was set on fire by the troops & an Earthquake later destroyed what was left. One wing that survived was restored & is open to the public today. Made out of bricks, we were surprised at the "small" size, we were expecting a big fancy mansion. The Plantation was totally neglected ...
... impressed at the sheer size of the carrier. I don't think we'll get many more opportunities to explore one of these again.
I had heard that the Isle of Palms was worth visiting so we headed there next. This place was more like a seaside beachfront area, with some beautiful houses (picture the neighborhood from the Truman Show) with restaurants and ice creameries. After this, we thought we would take a quick drive through the Holy City just to get our first look. ...
With much fanfare, Phil the groundhog has predicted another 6 weeks of winter, although you wouldn't know it here in sunny Charleston. It was such a relief to be able to walk in the sunshine without hats, gloves and coats in 17 deg warmth. Green grass, lots of birds and friendly people.
Seeing we had no wi fi or maps, we set out looking for a car hire firm. No luck, so we flagged a cab to take us to the airport and the Hertz desk. Terry was a bit grumpy, ...
... obstacle was large. We had been lucky to travel to all the beaches on our trip during the week, so this was our first experience with beach traffic so far, so I guess we can't really complain. So we broke away from our plotted course and just picked up a map and "freestyled" our way through the South Carolina lowcountry to avoid the mess around Myrtle. But we kept getting thwarted. Just when we thought we were out of the traffic we hit ...