Two Suns Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the GPS for Savannah which was about a 35-minute drive from Bluffton.
For years we've thought about going to Savannah, but it was somewhat of a disappointment over what we saw in quaint Beaufort and Bluffton. We ended up taking a hop-on/hop-off tour bus driven by "Tammy" - a lady from Winchester, Tennessee that drove the bus with her left foot, her whole body turned to the passengers and just couldn't ...
... near Port Royal. This is when the white settlers arrived on Edisto Island and a new phase of history began. The first plantation was built by Paul Grimball "Point of Pines", portions of its foundation remain today. Edisto's Golden Age began in 1790 and lasted until 1861 with plantation owners amassing huge fortunes. The source of this wealth was highly prized Sea Island Cotton. At the height of this Golden Age there were 62 plantations with approximately ...
... complete with clawfoot tub. Went to Wren for dinner - very nice. Kelly had surf and turf, and I had shrimp scampi. Walked on the waterfront again, it tried to rain on us. We walked to the Point, saw the house where "The Big Chill" and "The Great Santini" were filmed. Also saw "The Green" (place where author Pat Conroy supposedly found his ...
... to Charleston, SC. Charleston is our introduction to the "antebellum" South. This is where the Civil War is still called "The War of Northern Aggression". Parts of Charleston are a time capsule from the early 1800's, with huge mansions reflecting its prominence as a major rice and cotton exportation hub. With the end of the Civil War and the demise of slavery, Charleston slid into depression from which it has never recovered its former glory. ...
... Me, I'm just happy to be here by the sea with these
As the weather improves in the coming
weeks, we'll settle in and enjoy this place. The canopy of pine, over
sixty feet high, hide the stars and the cresent moon is all but lost.
I will need a flashlight to walk Gertie here. Yes things are different here, I hope it takes awhile before they become the same.