Courtyard by Marriott Charleston-Mount Pleasant
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... of nice brightly painted houses and definitely a place worth while visiting. Not that much to do apart from strolling around in the old town and not really anything fun to look at in the shops. Stopped for a drink at an outdoor place before going back to the ship in time for afternoon tea at 3pm . Similar to the Vollerdam with sandwiches, scones and beautiful looking pastries. Yummy. Had a spot of lunch too on our ...
... flooding, fires, pirates, and wars , oh the stories these buildings tell.
We visited a plantation and got a very good lesson on black history and specifically the Gullah Geechee people who are the descendants of the enslaved Africans. They have their own Creole influenced language, they are master basket weavers and they are proud of the traditions they have managed to carry on.
We indulged my ...
... br> After our meal we headed back to the information centre via Kings Street. This is a wonderful shopping destination with all the major high end retailers and some unique shops. Lots of browsing but not too much buying. We decided on a tour of the Aiken-Rhett house built in 1820 and is Charleston's most intact Antebellum mansion. The Historical society have chosen to preserve rather than restore this mansion, so it does show it's age but does give ...
... George Vanderbilt - in his time, a member of one of the wealthiest families in the world. In 1889 George purchased 125,000 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains , building this elegant, opulent mansion…..
taking 6 years to build and opened on Christmas Eve 1895.
Some facts on this magnificent building - 250 rooms, 34 bedrooms for guests , ( more for the servants), 65 fireplaces 43 bathrooms.…a basement with a 70,000 gallon indoor ...