DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Suites Charleston - Historic District
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... 2: We caught the old trolly bus into Charleston town centre for our day of exploring.
Founded in 1670 by a group of English aristocrats. Charles Towne (as it was once said) swiftly boomed as a port serving the rice and cotton plantations. Once third of America's enslaved Africans passed through Charleston, sold at the riverfront market. We went in the old slave mart. Built in 1859 for the sole purpose of buying and selling African slaves. A haunting place to ...
... the grass. Then he started opening his mouth and that was just amazing! I was taking pictures of him and he started moving like he was coming further towards the path and I decided that was enough! I left the two alligators to soak up the sun in peace.
I spent about 2 hours at the park and you could spend a lot more time if you walked more of the trails or if it was slightly warmer and you wanted to sit on the beach and enjoy the waves. The tricky ...
... YUMMO (little did I know I was also embarking on a culinary trip). The groom is a ranger and we all had fun talking shop for awhile. The conversation turned towards his brother in law moving to Germany soon with the military. We enjoyed a wonderful conversation about my European adventure and I showed him my image of the flag folding ceremony in Normandy. Another member of the group allowed me to have my first taste of conversation with a card ...
... West entering Charleston's harbor. On April 12, 1861, shore batteries under the command of General Pierre G. T. Beauregard opened fire on Union-held Fort Sumter in the harbor. After a 34-hour bombardment, Major Robert Anderson surrendered the fort, thus starting the Civil War.
Union forces repeatedly bombarded the city, causing vast damage, and kept up a blockade that shut down most commercial traffic, although some blockade runners got through. In a failed effort to break ...
... of shade of 17.000 sq. ft. Nature at her best!!!!
The Charleston Tea Plantation is nearby on Wadmalaw Island, so we managed to also fit that into our days outing. Hundreds of thousands of tea plants in the fields, and the entire tea making process is shown and explained on 3 giant TV screens strategically placed in the factory ,along the viewing gallery, observing the actual drying method used from picking to packing of tea.. Iced tea is ...