A Bed and Breakfast at 4 Unity Alley
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South Carolina is very beautiful, but it has the biggest bugs ever! Suzy was not impressed. What a beautiful place! We stayed in the Hilton Head Island Marina and RV Park which was very nice. (There was a drawback…cockroaches!) The Hilton Head community has been beautifully planned. It is lush and green and all businesses/buildings are well behind at least 50 feet of foliage and trees. They only allow simple, ...
... Quarter of New Orleans. The major difference was that Charleston seemed much cleaner and well maintained. By the way, there is a French Quarter in Charleston, as well.
We found the visitor center and were surprised that there is not much parking nearby. We pulled up to one parking lot and the "full" sign was out. We drove around the block and found a vacant space with a parking meter. When I got out to feed the meter, I found ...
... houses often reserved for servants. The Charleston Green a distinctive color that looks pitch black has it's roots in the aftermath of the Civil War. The federal government distributed thousands of gallons of surplus black paint to contribute to the reconstruction of the city, but Charlestonians were too proud (and too tasteful) to use as it is so they added a tiny bit of yellow to each gallon, producing the distinctive historic colour.
We wandered in ...
... on the Battery, which is now a bed-and-breakfast and still owned by a Palmer family member. Ms. Palmer gave us a private tour of the lower level of the home and garden, providing us history of the mansion which was built by John Ravenel in 1848. She pointed out lovely antique furnishings and family photographs and memorabilia, and even introduced us to Harry Potter, her dog who happens to have a lightening ...
... of time to see everything as there’s not too much to see. After 150 years, it’s a bit crumbly, but preservation efforts are being made. We walked to the farthest side, toward the ocean and saw another pod of dolphins playing in the water. What a highlight to see dolphins in their natural habitat.
We chose the enclosed area with tables for our return trip on the boat. Before we took off a huge ship must have passed as our ...