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Today we visited three plantation properties about 10 miles out of central Charleston. These plantations were settled in the 17th century, usually by the second or third sons of English aristocracy who had to seek their fortune due to lack of inheritance. In this area the crop was rice and slaves were imported from Sierra Leone as they had experience with this crop. Fortunes were ...
... nicest of weather. When it got dark, we decided to continue on with what we were doing the night before. As you will be able to see in the photos, we were having some fun with long exposure and sparklers. Sad thing was that we used up all the sparklers on the 3rd and EVERY store had run out of them for the 4th. So we thought glow sticks would be the next stop. I will ...
... is framed by the massive two-century year old oak trees formed in two lines which you drive up to reach the plantation. The Spanish moss-draped trees would have some stories to tell! The actually plantation itself is one of America's oldest working planations know for its indigo, cotton, pecans and now various vegetables. Lets not forget the many movies and tv shows that have been filmed here including The Notebook! Remember the scene where there is the lake with the ...
... and which haul onto the banks to soak up the sun. Mostly quite small, no bigger than six feet, but we are assured there are 13 foot monsters here to be seen!
The place also has a great restaurant with southern influenced food (Shrimp and grits with ham gravy would be a good example).
Friday we spent most of our time on the estate with the house tour, our own self-guided tour and a Wildlife tour and in the late afternoon headed back to Charleston to ...
After leaving Gary and Caroline's we head back down the Atlantic Coastline. Travelling as far as Charleston I am intrigued by the colonial architecture and we decide to spend the night so we can look around for part of a day before we head on to Alabama. Again, a hotel is less expensive than a campground! BOO HOO--a nice hot bath and pizza in hits the spot! The buildings here ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Charleston Airport/Convention Center North Charleston
Before today, I had a certain notion in mind when i planned a stay at a Holiday Inn brand hotel. As of today, I admit that i was wrong. Our stay in a beautiful complimentary suite was outstanding. The room was nicely kept and fit in with any competitor for the Convention / Executive Travel business. The staff was wam and friendly and the lobby was charming. All in all, it put a smile on my face.
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