Hampton Inn & Suites Charleston / West Ashley
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... bales of cotton waiting for shipment to Europe. As we were leaving Savannah, we stopped at a museum honoring the 'Mighty Eight Air Force'. It was another magnificent museum focusing on the war in the air during WWII. A complete B-17 Flying Fortress was displayed in the main hall.
We are now on our third day in Charleston, South Carolina, but we will wait until the next blog to report about all that we have seen and done here.
... 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!
... 8217;s most exquisite dwellings. Located in Downtown Charleston near High Battery, the Nathaniel Russell House Museum, 51 Meeting Street, is widely recognized as one of America’s most important neoclassical dwellings. Historic Charleston Foundation purchased the National Historic Landmark in 1955, and the house served as the Foundation’s headquarters for 37 years. Today, the interiors are restored to their original 1808 grandeur ...
... cooked in the Scamp we headed downtown. We brought Gordon with us to sleep in the car because we were not 100% comfortable leaving alone in the parking lot. We parked on King St, one of the two main downtown streets. One end was lined with upscale clothing stores and art galleries while the opposite end was inhabited by a myriad of restaurants and bars that all shared one thing in common, they were empty. It was Saturday night and there was ...
... vegetables grown there now. It originally grew indigo, cotton, rice and pecans. There were some cotton plants still there. The slave quarters were the best example of what their lives were truly like. We also saw the extensive flower gardens, the butterfly place, a 600 year old Oak tree and the cotton gin that in being restored into a restaurant. There was a bridal party having pictures taken, what a beautiful spot! It was a long day, we headed back for dinner and a good night ...