The Cabell House
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We have arrived in this beautiful southern city and luckily our B & B is in one of the most beautiful streets and areas you have seen. The Cabell House seems to be typical of the lovely old mansions in this historic area, really close to the harbour. Most homes nearby are beautifully restored, some built in the 1700's. They are a mixture of …
... I had a lusty moment with that little bowl heaped to the top with creamy, buttery, I want to lick the bowl, deliciousness. I could have ended the tour right then and there, provided there was another serving of grits coming my way! Along the way we visited a handful of terrific spots, sampling hush puppies with praline butter (skip the hush puppies, bring this girl a spoon for that butter!), Charleston red rice, fried green tomatoes, pulled pork BBQ, ...
... the area, and all the important parts of the historical centre of the city. The guide however was sticking the knife into the British for a considerable amount of the tour, blaming them for anything and everything, we let it slip, but tarnished the tour! We stopped at a local cafe, having some of the local treats, before moving on to our next destination, Savannah. Me and Lois really enjoyed Charleston, as it was a very nice environment, and the town was ...
... charred brick foundation of a burned house and a late 19th-century addition.
The garden dates from around 1680. There is a volkswalk that walks through the 50-acre garden, the Audubon Swamp Garden and along the banks of the Ashley River, but we only had time to walk through the gardens near the Plantation Home.
We drove over the Talmadge Memorial bridge on our way back to Savannah.
It was dark, about 9 pm as we drove into Charlestown, SC from spending a wonderful weekend with friends we'd met at a family camp back in the Tacoma area last August. As usual at that time of night we were just looking for a convenient place to park for an overnight "pass through" spot to sleep and get oriented to unfamiliar territory.
We'd checked out the ...