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... outside the harbor. They were greeted as heroes on their return to the North.
During the rest of the Civil War, the Fort continued a to play an important roll, as well as during the Spanish and American War, WWI and WWII.
After returning to the harbor, we went to a small open air craft and food market in a nearby park.
On our way back to the campground, we decided to stop at the Swig and Swine for an ...
... Tonight we just wandered a block from the hotel into a residential area. Very pretty! Pictures tomorrow. Charleston much larger than savannah, more like a city . We should have a better grasp on it tomorrow. The Spoleto Arts Festival is still here in Charleston. Many tents in several parks nearby for arts crafts and performing arts. Today most were closed due to the deluge. There is also music and plays in historic buildings. And we know you are getting good ...
... and we split the duck fat fries with garlic aioli. The pork was sweet and crispy, the kimchi was sour and pungent, the cucumbers, onions and cilantro added great freshness and the bread a great crunch, that is when you could actually taste them. I like spicy food but the wasabi mayo completely dominated the dish, both the wasabi flavor and the wasabi spiciness. The duck fat fries were delicious, super crispy with just a bit of gaminess and ...
... beaches and then continued on. We arrived in Charleston Wednesday evening, checked into the b&b, and then walked to downtown Charleston. We had dinner a Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.) which is one of the best restaurants in the city for lowcountry food. The scallops and duck breast were delicious, as were the desserts (key lime tart for me, upside down chocolate cake for Donald). We walked home, passing beautiful historic ...
... Colonial Government in the American Colonies. The main floor and the top floor were built as meeting areas and the basement was used to store goods waiting to be shipped or delivered. George Washington visited the area after the revolutionary war and danced on the same floor where we stood. Pretty neat stuff! The British used the basement area to hold American prisoners during the war. We were told many died down there in their fight for independence. Thus the ...