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Well off to get ready have to be at the airport by 8. What a day, the 1st flight was over 2 hours late leaving and that set the stage for a day of running literally to each gate with multiple securities ...but I was lucky and didn't miss a flight. I'm home now and it's time to put this yucky cold to bed, my head is still swaying to the waves it will take a day or two to get my ...
... length. These cabins were for the skilled slave. A big difference in the treatment of those compared to the field slaves. And we got to tour the botom floorof he mansion, built in 1936 after the previous one was demolished. In fact the current owners live on tbe o,antation and in the top floor of the mansion. There were 9(!) large fullydcoratedchristmas trees and probly clse to 50 poinsettias and othe chrstmas corations absolutely everywhere. Have neve seen ...
Hello! I have been so busy here that I lost track of time and suddenly realised that Sunday was the two year anniversary of this blog! So just as a quick note, happy second birthday to Fine China's travel blog and here's to another year of fun little ...
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I started to get my taste of antebellum houses. I later found out that antebellum means pre-civil war and these houses along the Charleston water front, back in the day, bore the brunt of the Charleston seige and bombing of the city's walls. I spent a few glorious hours wandering up and down the streets, peering over fences and through gates and windows. I'm sure I looked extremely suspicious except that there were a ...
... town, so well preserved they don't even allow cafes and restaurants!)After several hours of that we jumped back in the car and headed out the 10 or so miles to our hotel, the Inn at Middleton Place is a hotel/Inn on the banks of the Ashley River in the grounds of the former Middleton Plantation. (These are rice plantations here, not cotton) The Inn itself is a group of modern buildings about 10 minutes walk from the plantation house itself (though what is there now is ...
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