BEST WESTERN Sweetgrass Inn
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... a southern drawl that just makes you smile and want to hug this woman. She takes us to our first stop just off of State Street, Dixie Supply Bakery & Cafe. So what that it shares space next to a gas station? Don't overlook a place from outward appearances, a lesson learned long ago! We came here for Sweet Tea and got a surprise tasting of grits. Not just grits, but the best damn grits of my life! Not that I'm a huge grits aficionado but let's ...
... the residents were quite well off and all looked quite sophisticated as the ambled down the streets full of quite expensive restaurants. It felt like a French Coastal town, with horse drawn carriages going around and quaint houses. One of the big things to do was to have a tour on the horse drawn carriages, so we did exactly that and booked in with one of the companies. This was a pretty cool ride through all the streets, the guide described all of the ...
... Court; and St. Michael's Episcopal Church.
We had lunch at Virginia's on King following our tour and then drove to Magnolia Gardens along Ashley River Road. This estate was acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family whose heirs still own and manage it. We watched an orientation film and visited the Plantation House. It is a combination of a pre-Revolutionary summer house that was rebuilt ...
... of the Charleston area.
And so, at 9 pm, at the conclusion of THE SOUNDS OF CHARLESTON, energized beyond the ability to sleep, we prepared the vehicles for travel and headed down the road toward Savannah GA, our next destination and I dedicate this entry to Nikki and her wonderful "southern hospitality" in making our last night in the city so special and to the teacher who talked to his dog on the phone and made us ...
... a small church cemetery. It had a plaque that quoted the biblical verse John 4: 13-14. "Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst". We finished our walk by shopping thru the Old City Market as we closed in on the entrance to the dock alongside which the Emerald Princess was waiting for us to return. All too soon we had finished our walk thru the southern history that was Charleston, ...