1843 Battery Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... wagon wheels'..to bring home.
Dinner at Hymans a big line-up outside but a table for 2 seems a rare request(most are large groups) HUSHPUPPIES, catfish,collards greens, cole slaw!
Saturday....we start with a carriage ..is it still a caleche if it's pulled by mules?....ride in the historic district ..mules apparently handle the heat of SC better than horses..and are more even tempered..
lunch at low country bistro..crab ...
... Milton and Diana aboard Tantalus are here. We invited them to dinner later. Maggie took the shuttle to Harris-Teeter and returned with food enough to stock the larder for a good while. She prepared a great spaghetti dinner for our guests after which we spent an hour chatting, drinking wine, and telling jokes.
Early to bed with the sounds of rain against the cabin top. It doesn't get more peaceful than this!
... visitor centre but the ferry wasn't leaving for Fort Sumter till 4pm and it was a 2 hour visit so we figured that would be a bit late so we would go in the morning. We read all the information on display in the centre and found it all a bit confusing but basically the Union held it, on 12th April 1861 it was shelled by the confederates which is considered to be the start of the civil war, the confederates won the battle and ...
Today was 19 degrees and overcast. The downside of this warm weather is that we are able to resume our morning walks, so we were out pounding the pavement for an hour and a quarter this morning. Not a very picturesque neighbourhood.
We are staying in North Charleston, so it took only about 15 minutes to drive into Charleston proper. It is a beautifully preserved smallish city, with free trolley buses doing several loops. It was ...
... done. Then Hannah told me to man up and stop getting soppy, so we carried on. We walked on past "Rainbow Row" with lots of pastel-coloured houses, up to Waterfront Park. A sign advised us that as there was no lifeguard present, we should wade in the shallow fountain "at your own risk". We examined it carefully; no sharp rocks underfoot, no torrid rapids, no lurking alligators. We felt that we could take the worst that this paddling fountain could throw at us. After playing ...