Plantation Oaks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... collection of homes. All different styles of architecture?. Lots of churches too. Charleston has several nicknames but one is the holy city and CHAS. The founding fathers were very tolerant of every kind of religious beliefs so congregations of every denomination have thrived here. Has anyone ever seen an American flag on a ...
... daughters were born to the Russells, Alicia in 1789 and Sarah in 1792. The house remained in the Russell family until 1857 when it was purchased by Governor R.F.W. Allston (1801-1864) and his wife, Adele Petigru (1810-1896). Later, after serving as a school for the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy from 1870-1905, the Russell House was converted back to a private residence. It remained so until 1955, when the Foundation purchased the site and opened ...
... KOA Oakland plantation you can see the pictures and stories. We visited at length with one of the owners, a descendant from the owners of the 1850's. It's a beautiful site with a man-made lake, cabins, trails, wifi and all the amenities we needed. The pictures are labeled and speak for ...
... had competed on Food Network on Food Court Wars - cool. Of course the adventure doesn't end there. We get to the base to check in and the clerk tells Dave that she doesn't have a reservation for us - thus the Griswald experience continues. We end up checking in Best Western Patriot's Point - really nice so it worked to our benefit. Now we have our list of places for tomorrow and a list of local eateries - let the adventure continue. Till tomorrow Clark and ...
I'm typing this from the third floor piazza of the Palmer House, also known as The Pink Palace, a bed & breakfast in Charleston built in 1848 by John Ravenel. John's son, Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, designed the "Little David," a semi-submersible steam powered torpedo boat which was a forerunner to the submarine. There is a model of a Little David in the parlor. This house is located on the Battery, which is faces Charleston Harbor. I can ...