BEST WESTERN Sweetgrass Inn
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First stop is Charleston, South Carolina. We're happy for the warmer weather and old world charm. On our way out, we hit up Savannah, Georgia for a quick pit stop.
... t allow time for the open carriage tour across the entire plantation - you need to come in a car to do this. Charleston receives 40-60" of rain a year- bit of a variation I know, but everything is greener than green around here.
Back to the hotel to collect our bags and then taxi to the airport for our return to JFK and New York. Paula arrives home from work as we do and has lovely soup and bread from that amazing supermarket for our ...
... amount of export made the family one of the richest in the U.S at that time. The plantation was worked the same as they all were, by the slave system in operation across most of the eastern states. However this one was different, Mr Drayton made sure that each and ever slave on his plantation were all taught to Read and Write. This was highly illegal at the time but paid after the war, when the slaves wanted to remain with the family. A series of events has meant that ...
... named the official South Carolina handcraft in 2006. Angela showed us the different plant materials that are used---sweet grass, longleaf pine needles, bulrushes, split oak, and palmetto---and deftly demonstrated some of the process. She had a large display of beautiful baskets in many sizes and shapes. Of course, we just HAD to purchase one as a souvenir!
... and amphibians is known as Herpetology, ophidiophobia is the fear of snakes! That would be me. Do not know how you did it Jessica.
The next journey for everyone was Miniature Golf. A quick game for some, partial games for others. Foster enjoyed it for awhile and then went for a walk with Kate, returning after she read the "do not feed the alligator" sign. Ruby and I headed for the swings, I heard a sound in ...