Lavender and Lace Bed and Breakfast
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... 8217;s Lutheran Church. The church was built in 1872 at this location and was attended primarily by German speaking Lutherans who wanted to worship in their own language.
We weren’t as close on time as I thought so we did a bit of walking along King Street. The vast majority of the shops were of brick construction, and three stories high. They were mostly local businesses and included eateries, small shops, local ...
... juggling the constant trail of people booking tables, checking reservation times, answering the always ringing phone. One couple was angry, not in a vocal manner but clearly through their body language. Obvious to everyone, they seemed so out of place. Needless to say it was worth the wait.
Our afternoon was going to include Fort Sumter so off we went back to Patriots Point. The sun has come out as promised.......
We book our ticket, get on ...
... on his back. Then we were treated to pink lemonade (the house is pink, Ms. Palmer was wearing pink...) and cookies, which we ate while enjoying the spectacular view of Charleston Harbor. It was a lovely time.
Lastly our coach drove onto the campus of The Citadel. We made a brief stop ...
... Row, the Battery, and the waterfront where we even saw dolphins playing. We like Charleston.
After the tour finished at Ann's place, we were interested in seeing some more of the city. We had originally passed the Edmondston Alston house and were keen to explore it further. We had trouble finding it but thankfully, a nice parking inspector who was writing a ticket showed us the way. It was worth the admission, as it was a beautiful example of Southern style living ...
... was founded in 1870 by the Drayton family and today it is the oldest public tourist site in the Low Country and the oldest public garden in the United States. Though many of the flowers had gotten beaten to death by the hard rain of the previous evening everything was still pretty. We ate a quick lunch (I had a spinach wrap) while waiting for the nature tram tour. It was pretty funny to hear the guide talk ...