Hampton Inn Charleston - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... sat at bar. Walked home.
Friday - M got up to get a ride to enterprise - M spilled coffee all over himself and car. Picked up car and brought it home to pack up. T bo cleaned the aparts! Drove around downtown Charleston and battery. Parked in garage and went to Husk for lunch. Really good. Got fried chicken skins, turkey sandwich, amazing cheese grits. We drove to Boone Plantation, they were closed so we went to Pinckney ...
For my first day trip to Charleston I start out around 7:30 and decide to stop in Georgetown, about 40 minutes into my two hour drive to Charleston to fuel up on breakfast. Thomas Cafe is a waterfront diner and definitely a local favorite, very welcoming and laid back. Grab a newspaper from the counter and choose your table, order up a hot cup of coffee served in age old mugs that at one time might have had the cafés logo, now just scuffs of black paint ...
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A beautifully done, elegant yet simple, stunning home. Full of vintage furniture and antique paintings. If walls could talk, oh the stories they would tell.
Walking through the gorgeous gardens and along the river bank, you can only imagine who walked those same paths 100, 200 even 300 years ago. Its incredible. What isn't nice to think about is the terribly horrific things that went on there with slavery.
The property is full ...
... me what the hash is as I don't know and don't really want to find out because it is delicious! And the pork was smothered with a mustard based BBQ sauce which is also delicious. They do have other varieties of sauce at the condiment station and I did try one that was a red sauce and it was equally good. I may have to eat there again before I leave. That is the problem with the South, everything is good and nothing is good for you!
... stalls with home made items such as baskets, jewelry, etc. We learned on the carriage ride that this was the slave market. No, not where you would buy slaves but where the owners would send their slaves to do their produce shopping. If I remember the story correctly the shop keepers would throw their old produce out the side windows when they brought in the new produce so the stench was enough to keep ...