Hampton Inn Charleston/Mt. Pleasant-Patriots Point
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... I am so thankful that I ask the local peeps where to eat. The Taco Spot is one of my new favs in Charleston. The fish tacos were amazing. I ask the guys did they catch the fish and he said no but they get their fish from a local fisherman. Along with my original fish taco I had a spicy blackened taco and a cup of some amazing chicken tortilla soup. Needless to say that I was happier than a pig in mud on a hot summer day. We cut up with the guys and found out ...
......And, it's a brand new day in good ole Charleston! After breakfast, we headed down to White Point Gardens, which is a park on the Charleston Harbor. Boy, was it hot and humid!!! But we were in the Historic section and the houses were just beautiful there. The park had lots of Live Oak trees, which are beautiful, majestic trees that just scream "Old South." It wasn't too long, however, before we were back in the car to beat the ...
... Ann and I were able to tour the plantation. In addition to the gardens, there's also a stable and rice mill. The staff at Middleton Place dress in period costumes, and demonstrate many of the practices of the day. We observed silk spinning and the operation of turning corn into corn meal. Pretty cool stuff.
Middleton Place is worth the look when in the Charleston ...
... theirs was burned down by union soldiers. The exception was their neighbour who put yellow flags at the end of the driveway to indicate small pox was present. The ploy worked. Did a carriage tour of the old town. It was a good way to get a snapshot of charleston, but I would love to have another full day to discover its charms. The homes along the waterfront are spectacular; they are onetime summer homes of the plantation owners who, due to malaria fears, did not like to stay on ...
Today, there was no evidence of subtropical storm Beryl, so we put our
suits on again and headed out to Folly Beach first thing. It was a
great plan as we found a perfect parking spot on the street (free!) that
was right by public beach access. When we got to the beach, we could
see that Beryl was helping to generate some giant waves and a ...