Econo Lodge Charleston
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I know this will be tough. I know I will be scared. I know noodles, bread, and peanut butter are in my future. Knowing all of this does not deter me from any of it. Since I was about six-ish I have wanted to go to England and possibly live. So what better time then to go during the cold and rainy times? The way I see this is as and experiment to see if I can actually tough it out over there. ...
... we have decided to head a few miles further south to Beaufort, SC (pronounced Bue-fort, as opposed to Beaufort, North Carolina which is pronounced Bo-fort) to enjoy the sunshine and mild coastal temps. The little taste of cold weather here has helped us reconsider our travel options. More later but suffice it to say we will spend next two weeks R&R with emphasis on R rather than sightseeing before deciding what next to ...
... remaining birth place of a South Carolina signer of the Declaration of Independence.
A beautiful double level home with double balconies facing the Santee River, and a long driveway lined with live oaks and ancient hanging moss.
Our next plantation was the Hampton Plantation built between 1730 and 1750. This gorgeous Georgian-style mansion was our favourite. The house is exactly what you picture a plantation house to look like. A huge porch surrounded ...
... of the Drayton family were preservationists and left things alone. The paint on the walls is only the 2nd coat the home ever received and that is from the 1800s! Currently, the Friends of Drayton Hall are working to raise money to preserve the sagging portico and to build a small museum to showcase their collection of original furnishings and antiques. I could go on all day about Drayton Hall, and I will if you ask me, but ...
... have enabled the curatorial staff to identify and acquire important family items and a significant collection of objects with Charleston provenance. The collection allows the Foundation to interpret Charleston’s merchant elite in the early days of the American Republic.
At the Nathaniel Russell House, visitors learn about the Russell family, as well as the enslaved African Americans who were responsible for maintaining ...