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Since we almost broke down in the dark and coasted into our destination in the middle of the night our first impression of Mt Pleasant South Carolina was kinda like beginning of a horror story....as the sun came up it showed us the beautiful place we had ended up in and also brought some light into our hearts. We realized that this stop was going to be one of the more ...
... deciding on Rita's. And a good choice it was! After almost a week of seafood, a great cheeseburger and fries definitely hit the spot! Then we crossed the street to the pier at Folly Beach. This was the nicest pier I can ever remember! There were nice gift shops and a restaurant at the front, and it didn't cost anything to walk out to the end of the pier (haven't seen that in awhile!) So Art and I strolled out to the end and took some pictures and enjoyed the view, ...
... and the remaining 500 acres became a series of romantic gardens to visit for a small fee - it was the only way they could make money once all the slaves were gone.
The original two houses on the plantation were burnt to the ground by the Union army so the hunting cottage that was originally down stream was bought upstream on the Ashley River and placed on the foundations of the second house. This was the ...
... a church, the Spanish built a fort and the British built a pub!! We saw and heard about the best *****house in town and a story about a fake mermaid that caused an angry mob! Very fun. Joseph our tour leader found a pink ladies cardigan on the way round and decided to try it on for size- very fetching. We returned to our ...
... t think I have ever slept in a 4 poster before and feel very posh. We had a fantastic meal tonight at a restaurant which was recommended to us. It was VERY expensive, but the food was fantastic and we justified by the fact that we had no lunch. I got to try okra and grits for the first time. I LOVED the grits and would be happy to have them for breakfast every day. They were even tastier than the mealy pap we had in S Africa. Dave hates both incidentally :-)
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