Timothy Ford's "Kitchen House"

Address: 54 Meeting Street, Charleston, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29401, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Charlestowne area of Charleston, is near Nathaniel Russell House, Heyward-Washington House, Civil War Walk, and Historic Homes Walk.
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Travel Blogs from Charleston

Fayetteville via Fort Bragg to Charleston

A travel blog entry by bigpeteriley on Aug 06, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... to report to the visitor centre. It was really a checkpoint, so our initial enthusiasm was replaced with slight concern. As "UK" citizens and with no current serving family on base we could not be allowed in!

Jane was impressed as the rather dashing young soldier refused us entry, so that was ok! By this time however we did not have time to return to Fayetteville to see the other museum, so we all ...

A Few of My Favorite Things

A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Apr 18, 2014

3 photos

... tea you buy in the store. I love tea so I love the Tea Plantation!

It was really raining by the time I left so it was back in the general direction of the hotel. I was looking for some good BBQ for dinner and stopped at Bessingers, which is apparently one of the best BBQ places around. I thought it was delicious! There is a buffet side and a sandwich side. I got a pork sandwich with a side of rice and hash. ...

Charleston, SC - And the Lessons continue...

A travel blog entry by shanmoeck on Jan 23, 2014

41 photos

... countrymen, who were in a state of rebellion. Looking at the shore I attempted to understand the ultimate joy of the Confederates once the Union surrendered the fort. There is nothing comparable to standing on the ground where history still lives and breathes. I was sad to relearn that Ft. Wagner had been taken by the sea. To have seen the site where Shaw and the 54th went down would have been incredible.

After the fort we decided ...

My day in charleston

A travel blog entry by russellchilvers on Jun 10, 2013

... a talk where I managed to get a fly into my pants at the same time, the memories.. Then finished off with a rot of tram ride and a beer and a local chicken sandwich. Walked at pace to go and get the bus back to charleston only for the bus to asking bloody ages! Finally got back and had a wonder around the town, it's nice with every house being different. Had a cocktail at the rooftop bar then ...

Historical Grounds & Pig Ears

A travel blog entry by jfialkovich on Aug 03, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

... seemed to be the center of our universe dominating cotton production, something that needed to be protected. Fort Sumter was built in the 1850's and 1860's and witnessed the first shot of the Civil War. South Carolina was the first to secede from the Union and after a few months of arguments, a Confederate solider fired onto Fort Sumter (Union controlled) from a nearby island. The Confederates had overtaken the Fort within a few days, and the ...

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