Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Waterfront
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... slaves - his household had 13 slaves and 1 free black person. A very grand house with a fabulous staircase and beautiful furnishings - pity the lady that conducted the tour was a bit boring. The Slave Mart Museum was closed on Sunday so we couldn't do that.
Dinner at Poogan's Porch Restaurant - an old converted house - Poogan had been the family dog and is depicted In a mural on the car park wall - Paula is an expert at finding these nice places on her iPhone - lovely ...
... Many of them "decorated" with festoons of Spanish moss. Trees live permanently in water, so cannot reproduce from their cones and will eventually all die. These trees have "knees" that rise out of the water, ( maybe same use as aerial roots on mangroves).
Literally dozens of nesting osprey (locally known as fish eagles), but an owl, ...
... must include the slave trade of the pre-civil war. It says "Charleston had the highest proportion of Gullah African slaves in the New World in the 1800s. They were the muscle behind the rice and cotton plantation industries and made their owners very wealthy. Gullah is commonly acknowledged as the culture derived from Liberia where the Golas and the Gizzis were rivalry groups enslaved and sold as slaves to foreigners. For ...
... incredible with shells we had never seen "whole". You are not allowed to remove anything from the beach or any other part of the property. The girls found sand dollars, sea sponge, an upside down horseshoe crab, the treasure list was long. People have created a natural art gallery of sorts with their findings and skeleton oaks, driftwood, are adorned with the treasures. Volunteers (one at entrance and one at the beach) are there to answer your questions and provide a tale or two.
... number of tourists about ...we watch a short film and get maps etc at the Visitors bureau..we travel on an old fashioned trolley car which is free in the downtown area...return to the market area ...Deb buys some lovely rice seed bracelets..no not made of rice but sterling silver (or gold) in the size of a rice seed, we also buy Carolina rice and some Benne biscuits - you'll have to come over for coffee and have some ( I think you'll only ...