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... Compensation offered was very fair. We chose to continue. Twenty-three people opted to continue the journey. Here we are in North Charleston at the Crown Plaza Hotel. Lovely accommodations right across the street from some factory outlets stores. David wanted to find a liquor store so we headed out and only made one wrong turn (you should always follow your first instincts) On the ...
Down by the Riverside....... Today can be summed up with Plantation melodies. A super awesome bucket listed day....visit a working plantation in the south and hear gospel music at night in a historical church. The visit to the Boone Hall plantation was very, very good. A 10/10 or more, if I could give bonus points! Spanning four centuries this plantation is America's oldest working plantation. Once known for cotton, pecans and indigo, the cash crops are now heirloom vegetables ...
... waned, one of them would pick it back up again so pretty soon they were all screaming. There are 1700 Waffle House restaurants in the US and I'm pretty sure we passed at least half of them. One of the last high points of the trip was our stop at Bojangles. I love Bojangles, so we stopped there for dinner on the last night. The workers at Bojangles had a hard time understanding that I was part of the big group of Mexicans that overtook the restaurant that night. I guess ...
... ve built raised walkway so we could walk through the heart of the swamp. There were plenty of alligators. To ensure viewing of them, they've built wooden islands in the middle of the swamps, which the alligators like to climb upon to sunbathe. They're big and quite scary. The swamp was great for photos although we hated the mosquitos.
For lunch we visited Bertha's Kitchen, recommended by our concierge as "THE" place to go for fried chicken. I had originally wanted to ...
... noisy but once we had sorted the leaky tap, the broken drawer and turned off the ticking fridge things improved. Charleston is the heart of plantation country so we stopped at Boone Hill Plantation which used to produce cotton and indigo. It's famous for its impressive entrance avenue of oak trees which lead to the main house. We took a tour of the house and saw the library, dining room, loggia (conservatory) and games room (where the door was deliberately made very narrow so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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