Belmond Charleston Place
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Yes the hotel is beautiful and centrally located but many are. The staff is outstanding and the service on the club levels is appropriate of Orient-Express.
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When we woke up this morning we were already in Charleston, New Carolina. A small city of only 100,000, the port was right there in the city. We left the ship very early and ran into a lady who advised us to walk down to Battery Park as a starting point for our city tour. We were advised that it was going to be very humid and this was not understated. Built in the late 17th, early 18th centuries the houses on the tip of ...
... There you can buy tickets to tour one of the historic homes they own. After talking with the ticket person, I decided to tour the Aiken-Rhett tour. She explained this home is part of their preservation program and is a self-guided tour. I bought my ticket ($10) and headed in the direction she pointed me.
The Aiken-Rhett Home is located on Elizabeth Street and, from the City Market, was slightly further than the Visitor Center. So it ...
... but I think we got it!
Earlier in the day we had decided to go to a play Saturday night. It was a mystery, Inspector’s NoClue’s Murder Mystery – a classic comic whodunit at The Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theater. Unfortunately we did not make reservations for dinner and time was short so we ended up at dinner at La Fontana, a small authentic Italian Restaurant. As usual ...
... the buildings were fascinating; roofs with cannon balls lodged in them from the Siege of Charles Towne in 1780, homes that held parties in 1860 when South Carolina seceded from the Union, Inns were Presidents tied their horses for the night and on and on. We went to St. Michael’s Church, the oldest religious structure in Charleston, where such men as George Washington and Robert. E. Lee worshiped. We strolled through numerous graveyards ...
... so as not to affend ya'll, but them chiggers like them private parts. So if you got to itch and y'all are in public, all's you got to say is, " I got chiggers" and folk will just say y'all do what you got ta do" I am not sure I will take Earl's advice on that one.
Today we are off to see plantations before we leave.
I will sign off now, but check out the photos and videos.
Kerry & Scott