1843 Battery Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... come out to overshadow the tourists fresh off the cruise ships. Street and bar lighting is dim throughout. This only makes everything that much more attractive. What sets Charleston apart from the other waxed moustaches is its southern charm. Everyone says "y'all" and seems to be genuinely interested in your wants and needs. It really is a charming city and probably deserves it title as Americas number 1 ...
... Americans as well as during all-out war. Leaving the doors or windows unlocked just wasn’t something that you did in that era.
Many windows on the interior doors are original to the house and a few are starting to disintegrate. Most of the exterior windows have been replaced but are estimated to be at least 100 years old. The pine floors are nearly all original wood but have been refinished.
The feature that was ...
... John had fried green tomatoes and a fried chicken sandwich but he thought I made the better choice. Perhaps you think the name is strange. The restaurant is named after Poogan, a dog who hung around the place so much, they named it after him.
More walking to work off ...
... which had started back in 1888, were transplanted to the current venue.
It was interesting to find out how the different varieties of tea are made using the same leaves from the same bushes. Green tea comes from the leaves being steamed and dried after picking, while black tea has its leaves steamed and crushed and dried for a longer period of time.
It was a
very interesting tour.
As you walk
... we settled into the Embassy Suites, a treat for all with its large accommodations. The kids were thrilled. Even though they love our usual Hampton Inns, it’s a nice treat to mix it up. Oh to be a child again and get so excited about the new hotel room, exploring the amenities, stashing the shampoos and toiletries. It’s fun to see them get so charged up about it.
Tomorrow: Fort Sumter and the start of the Civil ...