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... to exchange travel experiences. We then set out for a walk looking for a place to have dinner and decided to eat at MacElwee's nearby. A shrimp and crab combination dish with Italian seasoning and served over angel hair pasta was our choice. At another table sat a couple, the fellow in U.S. Army fatigues. After having the waitress confirm that he was active army, we decided to treat them to dinner. We wished to ...
... day was one of my other favorite places, the Charleston Tea Plantation. It began raining on my way there and that made the covered front porch with large rocking chairs all the better. A great place to enjoy your free samples of tea while taking a little rest. There is a trolley tour around the property that explains how the tea is grown and harvested. You can also view a presentation on how the tea leaves are then turned ...
... continental Europe, West Africa and Asia.
While most of his profits came from the exportation of staples, such as Carolina Gold rice, indigo, tobacco and cotton, Russell handled a broad range of imported goods. He also participated in the African slave trade both before and after the American Revolution.
In 1788 Russell married Sarah Hopton (1752-1832), daughter of one of Charleston’s wealthiest pre-Revolutionary era ...
... at the market and dogs were welcome so we decided we would return to partake in the festivities.
After the market we set out to walk around historic Charleston. The leisurely stroll turned into a beautifully narrated self-guided tour courtesy of one Kaitlyn Weber. The 18th century homes were absolutely incredible. The sheer size of them was overwhelming and the intricate craftsman details were glorious. The stories that went along with ...
... of the interior of this enormous 118 year old home, we moved outdoors and admired the spectacular country views from the shaded arbor of wisteria and trumpet creeper vines. There is a 4 acre formal garden featuring flower beds and 2 arbors leading down to a beautiful glass roofed conservatory nurturing exotic orchids, ferns and palms.
The original stables, are now a very busy café, and shop selling all the memorabilia one could wish for from ...