1843 Battery Carriage House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... is as lovely as a wedding cake, layers of white topped with a bell tower that still houses recasts of the original bells, stamped Charles Towne. The interior gleams with stained glass windows and polished wooden pews, which have been used by George Washington, General Lee and many, many traveling dignitaries. The church is located on one corner of the "Four Corners of Law", consisting of Federal, County, Municipal and God's Law. We round out our ...
... then gauge the true size of it, and it was rather big! This forced Lois to pick up her paddle for the first time, as she frantically rowed away from the danger in fright. We then moved on to the Boone Hall plantation, this is where one of the houses in the notebook is, and the only still used plantation in Charleston is. The approach to the plantation was stunning, lined with Giorgia trees, and a beautiful estate at, the end. Here we went on a tour of all ...
... Court; and St. Michael's Episcopal Church.
We had lunch at Virginia's on King following our tour and then drove to Magnolia Gardens along Ashley River Road. This estate was acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family whose heirs still own and manage it. We watched an orientation film and visited the Plantation House. It is a combination of a pre-Revolutionary summer house that was rebuilt ...
... along the freeway in north Charleston and decided there must be a safer-looking neighborhood to lite for the night. Following the directions of the lady in our cell phone we headed toward the Mt. Pleasant suburb near the ocean and the beach.
A BREATH-TAKING VIEW
Suddenly, THERE IT WAS ! ! Lit up in glorious illumination against the black sky. It simply took my ...
Today started with our customary hotel complimentary continental breakfast and then an hour and a half drive into Charlotte, NC. Graeme needed a 9/16" reverse thread bolt and nut assembly to replace one of the five bolts that hold the front wheel onto the axle of his old Chrysler Imperial back home. He had Googled places to get such a bolt and found a place in Charlotte that would have one. We ventured into an industrial area of the city, under the directions of ...