Elliott House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 100 years after this. Finally, when the art and science was mastered and the temperature could be increased to properly incinerate a body and not barbecue it for the family to witness, it became more common.
We decided that after a lecture like that we were hungry for barbecue. We got on our scooter and headed toward the campground. It was dark and it was getting cold. We lucked upon a great barbecue place called Bessinger Bar-B-Que. Now, in ...
... Charleston, we rode around the historic city on a horse drawn carriage with a very informative guide. wandered around the market enjoying icy peach lemonade and then journeyed north to the Magnolia Plantation to see how life used to be.
We left there late afternoon and enjoyed the bonus of a couple of hours and dinner in the charming Georgian city of Savannah before reaching our last stop before Disney in Brunswick, Georgia.
... 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 ...
THE FACINATING FREE FLOATING STAIRCASE
There are so many wonderful places to explore in Charleston, each unique and fascinating, that we were selective in how we spent our time. We chose this one because of the free floating circular staircase, a masterpiece of craftsmanship even today. The house is in the process of being renovated which we found fascinating. The guides story of the occupants was intriguing. For our $10 entry fee each, we ...
... Spanish moss dangles in long, soft grey tendrils from the trees and the different shades of green are a sight to behold. After a day's driving it was great to stroll through the woods and by the lake as the warm late afternoon sunlight streamed through the trees, throwing wonderful reflections into the water. We were amused to see the sign warning us that it is against State law to harrass the alligators as we had no intention of doing so!