Old Village Post House
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We started this morning on the beach for sunrise with the Pelicans and fishing boats. A beautiful calm morning, soft air and soft colors. Did we mention how much we are enjoying being at the Beach? After the sunrise photo shoot, back through the dunes for a nice hot morning cup, planning for our big move from site 46 to site 66 later in the morning.
After a good walk along the beach out to ...
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... Still has most of its original furniture, and family collections. It was the scene of many grand parties.
We visited 2 historic houses - the first the Nathanial Russell house - advertised as the city's grandest neoclassical house museum, built in 1808. It has been fully restored with wonderful plaster mouldings and an amazing staircase. However we liked the Aitkin-Rhett house much better. It had remained in the family until ...
Why am I back in Charleston? The answer lies back in Washington DC when I discovered I had somehow cracked or chipped one of my teeth. Cue an all out panic as I mentally calculate the thousands of dollars it is going to cost me to get it fixed...replaced by the smug calm of remembering I've actually invested in travel insurance, and reasonably comprehensive insurance at that. So arriving in Charleston the first time I seize the chance and take ...