Palmer's Pinckney Inn
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... courses, but it is very spread out and we primarily saw shops as the gated communities were hidden and scattered off the main road. We took a turn and found ourselves at a security gate requiring a $6 entry fee. Jen was driving and decided this was just too much for a drive around large houses so asked if we could turn around. After turning around, Matt mentioned this was the area we were actually interested in. ...
... the marsh. I saw lots of little crabs scuttling into their holes, but that was about it. The other main stop in the park is the Nature Center. Most of the walking trails are accessed in this area and there is also a fishing pier. I took the Nature Center Scenic Trail which is .7 miles one way. This trail is nice because you walk through the forest, across the lagoon and end up ...
... the trees was decorated with cotton bolls, like tufts of snow, it was just beautiful. We ended the evening with a tour through Fantasy in Lights on James Island. I can't describe how magical that tour was, it is definitely not to be missed.We ended the evening at Fleet Landing Seafood and had delicious she-crab soup.
We spent our last day wandering the cobblestone streets and gaping at the beautiful mansions and hidden gardens. We toured Calhoun House, which ...
... street. A few of the windows were made of cardboard (one of which Kaitlyn witnessed a kitten claw its way over and out of), the parking lot was missing chunks of cement and there was a creepy old woman sitting in her chair staring at us every moment we were outside. If the exterior of the unit needed a little help, the inside needed a complete makeover. The kitchen floor was covered in rugs because the floor was ripped up and never replaced, ...
... of the old houses there, to eat, then to a concert - The History of Charleston Through Music - which was great with good performers doing classical, civil war, gospel and jazz. Then we went on to the theatre - November by David Mammet, a political comedy. But it wasn't possible to tell if the script was any good because the acting was awful (amateur - hadn't spotted that in advance) so we ducked out at the interval and wandered around South Carolina in the dark for ...