The Cabell House
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... Well Mike at the bar (Chuck) is now a friend of mine, he gives me my drinks for free.. Jury is back in with the production of his Mensa card ex Wall Street Leeman Bros. now selling real estate to the rag heads... Wow! Staggered home to 155 Meeting Street for an early night but 'cause my brother was at the bar it was a long night.....or was that a early morning... Luckily it Declan's turn to drive... ...
... tour of an old home, several blocks away. It is called the Nathaniel Russell House. The tour was $12.00 per person and was guided by a volunteer docent. As with other such homes, they don’t allow any photography inside, but I grabbed a picture from the internet to show you a feature or two.
Russell had the house constructed in the then popular Federal-style. It is constructed of Carolina gray brick, and the walls are nearly ...
... our tour we learned it was built in the Federal style c1825 by shipping magnate Charles Edmondston. In 1837 hard times forced him to sell the house to Charles Alston who was a wealthy rice planter. He renovated the home in Greek Revival style. It remained in the Alston family for many years and contains a great deal of the original furnishings, as well as family photographs. Again ...
... 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 ...
... beautiful beach. I wouldn't call this a swimming beach as it is littered with dead trees, but it makes for some great photos. The ranger at the Nature Center said if it was low tide, there would be tidal pools, but of course I was there as the tide was coming back in and none of the shore was accessible. I saw lots of pelicans and other shore birds and an osprey in a nest by ...