Embassy Suites Charleston - Historic Charleston
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... houses often reserved for servants. The Charleston Green a distinctive color that looks pitch black has it's roots in the aftermath of the Civil War. The federal government distributed thousands of gallons of surplus black paint to contribute to the reconstruction of the city, but Charlestonians were too proud (and too tasteful) to use as it is so they added a tiny bit of yellow to each gallon, producing the distinctive historic colour.
We wandered in ...
... seat in window on Ashley River. Walked to Architecture Tour - not that good. Left early to go to Cru Cafe - T had delicious General Tso Caesar Wrap that smelled like heaven. M bo had fried oyster wrap - also heaven. Walked to Waterfront Park - T liked the trees and nice garden. M liked the docks and water views. Then we walked home to get ready for mass. Went to 6pm at St. John's Cathedral and then took an Uber to Prohibition ...
... just minutes before the lecture. The lecture was given by the museums head curator. We thought we were in the wrong place initially, because there was a catered buffet laid out just inside the door with lots of people milling about. Nope, that's how they do it here. Free public lectures in Charleston, cookies, cheese and crackers, mini red velvet cupcakes, fruit and more. We should have arrived earlier! The lecture was about an hour long including the Q and ...
... shops, markets and public buildings. When we reached the southern tip of Charleston we stumbled upon a museum containing the treasures of a Privite collector. The collection was huge, undoubtably going into the billions as it held artefacts which predated Christ and belonged to various monarchs worldwide. That night we went out again and were bought many drinks by the stars ...
... is not restored, just conserved, the most intact antebellum house in Charleston and the furniture that remains was used in the house. It is situated in an area that is close to a former red light district, where there are quite a few old Victorian houses. The area is now quite gentrified and also has some more beautiful gardens and small lane ways with interesting houses. There are a lot of very desirable homes in Charleston.