Country Inn & Suites North Charleston
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... destroyed the kitchen in 1893. You can see these "out" buildings in the Model photo.The home is left unfurnished to highlight the original plaster moldings, ornate hand-carved woodwork, and other architectural design details. It retains its original interiors, original paint and has never been wired for electricity or had plumbing. Since its construction the interior has been painted three times, the last over 100 years ago. Heating and ...
... contraindicated. n short, I was not in the best of shape and both Maggie and I decided reassess our situation.
With plans made in Florida, Wisconsin and Washington, and with plane tickets already purchased for Christmas with families, visits with friends, and various travel modalities at play, we have decided to return on the boat to Oriental where she has a permanent slip (read, no rental). We will return to Melbourne by rental car ...
... this truism and is giving voice to the defeated.
Karen was excited about getting back into grits territory so we had dinner at a restaurant called Poogans Porch,a specialist in low country cuisine. The southern cooking is extremely rich and fatty and needs a 30 minute walk to settle in your tummy, unfortunately the rain ended any hopes of strolling ...
... but our biggest confrontation came towards the end of the journey. A local guide was on a boat and asked if we had seen 'them' yet, so having a clue what he was on about, we saw him point towards the water, where a massive alligator lay with just his eyes above the water. Being in a small 2 person row boat, we didn't feel in the safest position. But with me in control of rowing we got a bit closer! As we did approach, the gator rose from the water, and ...
... said they had twelve clocks. We were there at noon and got to hear all of them announcing the time. Fortunately none of them were over-poweringly loud.
After walking around a bit we headed to Blossom’s for lunch. I had she-crab soup and a salad. It was good but not as spectacular as some of our other meals.
We quickly headed to the car and then over to the port for a ferry ride to Fort Sumter. The rocking motion of the ferry ...