Embassy Suites Charleston - Historic Charleston
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This was our wakeup call at 7:30 am.
Travel day! Caught up with great friends this morning at Cracker Barrel…thanks Lassere family…you guys rock! Please come visit! Then headed south. Stopped by "Pedro's South of the Border" because it is there…after four ice cream cones and a lot of hand sanitizer, we were back on the road. Arrived in Charleston and had a nice night …
... British Proprietors. In 1691, Peter Guerard was granted a colonial patent for the development of a pendulum engine to remove rice hulls. By 1700, South Carolina was exporting 400,000 pounds of rice annually.
At that time rice production depended on ponds and rainwater. Because labor was scarce in the region, Carolina planters began importing slave labor from Africa to plant and harvest rice. Because rice was being grown in many areas of Africa during ...
22nd April - left our cosy B&B and drove on country roads to Chimney Rock overlooking Lake Lure. Rodethe 26 story elevator inside the rock to the viewing area but did not have time to walk the circuit to Hickory Nut Falls, used in the Last of the Mohicans movie. Then a quite long drive to Charleston in South Carolina. That night we went into the historic district where the Antebellum ...
... short on stories and jokes. We crossed the Ashley River and checked into our hotel, Holiday Inn Riverview. It is a circular hotel, reminding us of the long gone Christopher Inn in Columbus where we spent our honeymoon. We are on the 9th floor with a view of the river, spectacular. We went up to the Rooftop Restaurant where they lemonade and cookies for us. That was above the 14th floor and the view of Charleston was spectacular. ...