Palmer's Pinckney Inn
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... a collection of pastel colored houses; the City Market; Fort Sumter; the Edmondston-Alston House from 1825; and numerous churches.
The Huguenot Church, French Protestant, was first built in 1687 and later built from 1800 to 1845. For 150 years, its services were conducted in French.
We saw Gullah women, or basket ladies, selling their expertly hand woven baskets; a ...
For the first time this trip we were disorganized when we left our condo in Washington on Saturday morning. We didn't tidy up properly, the taxi was already waiting, and one of our bags was too heavy at check in for the train. After some scrabbling on our hands and knees and a bit of squabbling, luckily the queue wasn't too long, the weight was redistributed, and ...
... the culture of the people where we travel, I was asking about the Sounds of Charleston concert to be held the day after Christmas.
The brochure reads: Join us through Charleston's rich musical heritage.
Experience the musical sounds that help define Charleston’s history – from gospel to light classics coming to life in the old historic Circular Congregational Church, one of the oldest ...
... the downside of all the planning is that we can't stay in places like Charleston or Portland for a longer time, even if we want to.
Alas, our bus was booked. 17 hours this time, to Washington, DC; home to world-class museums and monuments, and the stepping-stone to our next camping trip in the Shenandoah National Park. That is, if all the museums, monuments and national parks aren't shut down by the US government...great timing, eh?!
Next stop: Washington, DC!
... midst the forest of trees ,to the magnificent home. ….
We inquired later in the afternoon as we were leaving, and by 2 oclock ,there had been 3,000 visitors so far for the day. At $59 per head - YOU DO THE MATH!!!!! This is one huge business. This 118 year old property is doing well, employing 1800 staff and creating a huge employment base for the Asheville community.
The entrance hall has a Grand Staircase, with a 1700lb wrought ...