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Next morning we had one last dip in the pool before heading to our next location, Savannah. While in the pool, Jens heard Danish spoken. He struck up a conversation with a lady and her son. We learned that the family were travelling in a Cruise America RV, just as Jens (and Rita) had done in the spring of 2013.
Our next destination was Savannah but en route decided to head for nearby Tybee island. The ...
... exhibits are interactive for kids. The walking paths are all very even surfaces, which makes for a great visit as you can look around you and not down at your feet to watch for roots or cracks in the pavement. One trail leads to the animal forest, where you can see animals that would have been native to the area at the time the settlers first arrived here in 1670. Renee and I walked through here last time and I did not do ...
... the nation’s grandest antebellum townhouses and the relationship of these enslaved domestic servants and the Russell family. An exhibition in the original kitchen house highlights artifacts uncovered during archaeological investigations at the site—pottery sherds, beads, and part of a slave tag. These objects reveal the everyday duties performed by slaves and the spiritual beliefs of the enslaved men and women that maintained the grand townhouse.
The original settlement of Charleston was founded in 1670 a few miles northwest of its current location on the Ashley River. In 1680 the settlement was moved to its current location. This new location enabled it to become a major port city in the colonies. By the mid-18th century Charles Towne had become a bustling trade center, the hub of the Atlantic trade for the southern colonies. Charles Towne was also the wealthiest and largest city south of Philadelphia. By 1770, it was the ...
... couple from Roanoake with whom we keep in touch ,
( Glenna & Gerry- we had stayed in their Myrtle Beach property last year), mentioned that we were going to be in Asheville, and they agreed to travel , and meet up with us…. David & Erin were keen to meet them too , and we all shared an enjoyable evening dining out in Asheville, prior to our day planned for the Biltmore Estate visit.
Setting out after an early morning start, we ...