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... the many green parks and culminating in a relaxing harbour boat tour (that filled in the gaping holes in our knowledge of revolutionary and civil wars this area has seen in its history). An afternoon walk took in the many magnificent Antebellum mansions of which some now appeared to be lodging inns but we didn’t think our budget would stretch to include a stay in one. Some of the older streets are cobbled, apparently utilising the stones that were used as ballast on the colonial ...
... about 3,000 school children, newly enrolled in freedmen's schools, as well as mutual aid societies, Union troops, black ministers and white northern missionaries. Most brought flowers to lay on the burial field.
Copying an idea that began in the Southern states, on May 5, 1868, in his capacity as commander-in-chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, the veterans' organization for Union Civil War veterans, General John A. Logan issued ...
... 7 so we needed to have a little something. We ordered wine (happy hour!) and appetizers---green tomato bruschetta and pimiento cheese with toast. All yummy!
"Sound of Charleston" was held at the Circular Congregational Church also in close proximity to the hotel. It was an educational and entertaining trip through local history through music. The program spanned ...
... of Charleston, you are reminded of the days of segregation and the
civil rights movement.
the charm of the horse drawn carriage tour, the stately mansions and the
bustling metropolis you are brought back to earth when you read some of the
signs that have been placed around the city.
We also took the opportunity to listen to some music whilst in Charleston. One night we attended a venue where there ...
... didn’t seem to mind. Rather than a full meal I decided to have a salad and Pan Seared Sea Scallops, sweet corn hoe cakes and sautéed spinach with brandied apple-bacon cream sauce. Oh my goodness. It was absolutely delicious. They say you go to Charleston to eat and shop. Well, we didn’t do much shopping but we did do a lot of eating
and the food was great.
After dinner we ended up at Ken ...