Zero Water Street Bed and Breakfast
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... Americans as well as during all-out war. Leaving the doors or windows unlocked just wasn’t something that you did in that era.
Many windows on the interior doors are original to the house and a few are starting to disintegrate. Most of the exterior windows have been replaced but are estimated to be at least 100 years old. The pine floors are nearly all original wood but have been refinished.
The feature that was ...
... to 20th, as it was subtitled "From Gospel to Gershwin." Several talented performers included a clarinetist, pianist, a guitarist who played multiple stringed instruments and a bass-baritone who sang 3 pieces from "Porgy and Bess" including the one quoted in part above. The program concluded with "Amazing Grace." It was a wonderful concert!
... were letting their young fly solo for the first time.
We arrived at Asheville and later on in the day Glestelle and Tom drove in. They thoroughly enjoyed their first flight.
To this end, we have decided that partly due to the lack of time to be able to see everything we would leave them to go and visit Tina and Fred in West Virginia, while Glestelle and Tom set their compass towards the historic venue of Williamsburg and ...
... guide, Denny (aka Dennis), was the best! There were 20 of us in the walking tour, which is the maximum number allowed per the city ordinance. Denny gave us so much history and information about Charleston, the homes, the celebrities who are from there and still reside there, and anything our group wanted to know about Charleston. At the end of the tour, Denny suggested some things we should do the ...
... to have a look around. There certainly were some lovely pieces of art there!! After that we went to "Danny Condon's" Irish pub for "safe food" (according to Jim) - dinner and music. While there Jim even entertained us by dancing a jig!! All in all a great day. Charleston is an interesting city with lots still left to be seen. The people are very friendly and very accommodating to ...