InTown Suites Charleston Northwest / I-26
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... 7 inch stilettos, furs, scarves, jewelry and a cowboy hat. A wardrobe malfunction was the hope of every security guy. Elsa tripped over her own jaw. The two stately matrons giggled our way through security… enchanted, especially when she ...
... been a number of main houses on the plantation, the first house was burnt to the ground after it had been looted. The second house was hit buy lightning and again burnt down, the third still stands today and has been altered over many generations of the family. After walking around the grounds for a while we have a guided tour of the swamps and old rice fields, these have long been reclaimed by trees and other long grasses but you can still imagine how it must of looked ...
Lunch was provided in a large pavilion on the property---an impressive buffet of Southern fare like corn pudding, hoppin' John, fried chicken, corn bread and pecan pie.
The afternoon field trip was to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, also established along the Ashley and built by Thomas Drayton, 1679, and later inherited by John Drayton, rector of the ...
... in time for supper and Foster was very happy to see them. Ruby wanted to go swimming and Nia wanted to stay with Foster and I. She was very helpful. Ruby brought Tony back from swimming, he was exhausted and fell asleep on the couch. Nia and I sent him off to bed moments after Ruby and Foster.
Kate and Chris had a walkabout in the French Quarter. Unlike the New Orleans version Charlestons French Quarter is Protestant in origin and ...
... t take photographs.
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 ...