Plantation Oaks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... outside the harbor. They were greeted as heroes on their return to the North.
During the rest of the Civil War, the Fort continued a to play an important roll, as well as during the Spanish and American War, WWI and WWII.
After returning to the harbor, we went to a small open air craft and food market in a nearby park.
On our way back to the campground, we decided to stop at the Swig and Swine for an ...
... to rebuilt a kitchen rather than a whole mansion. This specific kitchen was a working kitchen until the 1930s. The mansion stands as a testament to the wealth that the family accumulated throughout the rice era. Enslaved Africans (Hampton had 130 at its peak) worked in the rice and indigo fields during the 18th and 19th centuries. Remnants of their labours still exist today in the fields, canals and dikes around Hampton's grounds.
Right in front of the ...
... high bridges over marshes and portions of the Charleston port. Once back on Highway 17, the turn for Boone Hall is a left at a light and there is a sign shortly before letting you know the turn is coming up.
The admission price is $20 ($18 if you have AAA like me!) and includes everything on the grounds. It pays to get there early as you want to have the spectacular Avenue of Oaks drive all to yourself for pictures and just to enjoy for a few ...
... her picture. We award her the "Crab of the Trip" award.
And since this seems to be my "Interesting People" entry, here's another story from Charleston. It was our last night in Charleston and while waiting for the doors to open for "The Sound of Charleston" concert, we exchanged stories and humor with another couple. We continued chatting and laughing as they sat in seats behind us and then were interrupted with their cell phone. The wife answered, ...
... to do? The Griswald adventure continues. We got our car from Enterprise and all went well until we got to the car - no keys. There was also another traveler who didn't have keys so we all had to wait for the outside attendant to go inside to grab the keys from the front desk. Okay, that's done. I'm craving fish tacos so I ask the outside attendant where I can get some really good fish tacos and he says the Taco Place which actually turned out to be the Taco ...