Fantasia Bed and Breakfast
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... Michael's families! After some appetizers the cousins left and we went to dinner at Tavern to Table. Digger, Cameron, and I loved the interesting menu while Caden's favorite part was the multiple Dolphins swimming in the water outside. In the way home from the restaurant we drive past the building where my great grandfather went to seminary school many years ...
... full's should just about do it. 8.30am and we are in reception ready to board the bus for the guided tour, Pat Mullen ( Julie thinks he looks like John Travolta ) is our guide on this occasion. He takes us around the city and explains this and that in his own way. Oh my god is this bloke funny, his wife and family get most of his tongue but it says they deserve it. A ex Navy man we of course are soon at the city's college the Citidal. It's a full college, but if you then ...
... the planes took off and landed. Stephen gave us more information and then turned us loose telling us to meet back at the bus at 4:00. There were many planes and a helicopter on the deck to look at. My favorite was the F-14A Tomcat like the one Tom Cruise flew in Top Gun. Then we went up and toured the bridge and navigation areas. We ended up back on the Hangar Deck where they stored the planes when they weren't on the flight deck. There were more planes ...
... Sherry, Red Wine Reduction
Daniel Bouland Morgon "Vielles Vignes Corcelette" Beaujolais 2012
Grilled Domestic Colorado Lamb Rack
Summer Vegetables, Mint Chimichurri, Lamb Jus
Mazzocco Cab Dry Creek Valley 2010
Carrot Cake Fritter
Carrot Granola, Cream Cheese Ice Cream
La Spinetta Moscato d'Asti "Bricco Quaglia" Piedmont 2012
Dinner was delicious, gorgeous on our plates and served with care. We all enjoyed ...
My very favorite place in Charleston is Drayton Hall. There are many reasons it is my favorite, but the main one is the fact that this is a place of preservation, not restoration. Drayton Hall is the oldest unrestored plantation home in America and has survived the Revolutionary War, Civil War, earthquakes and hurricanes. It has survived modern progress and is just a joy to visit. I recommend arriving early so your house ...