DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... away from home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, at the University of Hertfordshire. This will be the first time I am fully on my own and its in a foreign country. Don't mind the fact that I have studied and obsessed about England for the longest time. Somehow I have to try to pack any and everything that can make my dorm home, in two 70 pound suitcases. One hundred and forty pounds of my life for ...
... the historic commercial district, and find a warm bakery for shared cup of hot chocolate. We retreated back to our warm digs and stayed in the rest of the day. The next morning, the sun came out but still cold, so we headed to Folly's beach for breakfast, then drove back over on Sunday for a long walk in the sunshine, albeit still crisp cool and windy. Got some more pix of the classic southern architecture. After ...
Today was our day of visiting plantation houses in the area. We started with the Hopsewee Plantation circa 1740. One of the oldest preserved plantations open to the public in the United States.
First lived in by Thomas Lynch, Sr., an early leader in the American Revolution, both he and his son, Thomas Lynch, Jr., were South Carolina delegates to the second continental congress. Thomas Lynch, Jr signed the Declaration of Independence making Hopsewee Plantation ...
... As this was the showcase, the features are grand, from the road side portico to the very large windows for the time. Tara did a great job of pointing out all the details used to impress visitors arriving to the home. The interior of the home is unfurnished and has no plumbing or electricity. You are able to imagine what the rooms could have looked like during their use and this is all possible because the ...
... for public tours.
RESTORATION OF THE HOUSE
In 1995, Historic Charleston Foundation embarked on a multi-year study and restoration of the Russell House. Today, the interior finishes and architectural details reflect Nathaniel Russell’s original dwelling, and the house is furnished with an outstanding collection of fine and decorative arts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In recent years, grants and ...