Hampton Inn Charleston - Daniel Island
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... departed for carriage tour. It was great, tour guide was knowledgable - we had Magic, a naughty horse. Afterwards we got slices of pizza and ate it at Waterfront Park. Had a long walk past Rainbow Row houses and along the Battery. Finally arrived home, enjoyed bottle of complimentary wine, watched tv/movies, watched caps win in overtime the Winter Classing, ordered Chinese from Leelee's Hot Kitchen. We took Uber to Kaminsy's ...
... after our dinner so we headed back to the hotel and undid our top buttons.
We awoke to sunny skies, so did a walking tour of the city, taking in the spectacular waterfront mansions and plantation houses. For lunch we headed a few miles north to Sullivans Island to check out the beaches.
All in all a fun, small town with amazing architecture.
... it's 27 slave cabins still remaining and completely intact. We were able to walk in and around them. An inventory from 1854 lists the names of 225 slaves at Boone Hall but slaves weren't always registered so there could have been 300 or even more.
The plantation has had many weddings, even Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively were married there.
We did a tour inside the house, first floor only because it's still lived in by the current owners, which also meant ...
... tea you buy in the store. I love tea so I love the Tea Plantation!
It was really raining by the time I left so it was back in the general direction of the hotel. I was looking for some good BBQ for dinner and stopped at Bessingers, which is apparently one of the best BBQ places around. I thought it was delicious! There is a buffet side and a sandwich side. I got a pork sandwich with a side of rice and hash. ...
... Sumter....It was a brisk day and we were at the ocean. I'm never sure what I need more the ocean or the mountains…The wind almost kept us off the open deck of the ferry, but I could not pass up the view of the sea and the forts with a pane of glass blocking my view. We landed and had a 15 minute orientation about the site. As I stood in the whipping wind, I tried to imagine what it was like to be the Union soldiers who were being bombarded by ...