John Rutledge House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Historic Site up the rode. We took a long drive over to Magnolia Plantation - enjoyed walking the gardens, climbing observation tower to listen to birds, and sitting out on porch of house. Went to Middleton but it was closing. Then we went to Fiery Ron's Home Team BBQ - T rightly suggested the brisket platter with mac n cheese, mashed potatoes, corn bread, and sweet tea, and brownie - even though we weren't hungry.Really good meal.
Lotsa photos here. Enjoy Two days ago as we looked forward to walking the streets of the historic district of beautiful Charleston, South Carolina the weather forecast said high fifties and breezy. This morning at our campground on James Island just south of the city, I checked in with weather.gov again. Oh my! High of 49, winds gusting to almost 40 mph, sleet in the afternoon. Woohoo! Off we go to explore the city, bundled up ...
... Museum of the South Carolina chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy. Searching for trinkets and memorabilia, the museum served as a treasure trove of Confederate artifacts. Roaming the large room located above Charleston's City Market, the soldiers of Alpha Kappa struck up a lively conversation with the museum's curator. She was an elderly woman, descending directly from a Confederate foot soldier who fought at the Battle of ...
... with areas and move there. A lot of the people I talked with said that was how they got to Charleston - visited and then packed up and moved there.
... worth a visit any time of year. We noticed with mild disappointment that Charleston wasn't really decorated much, no city lights or anything, most of the stores and houses were beautifully decorated but quite conservative. When I asked someone about this, she replied in a perfect Charleston drawl, "Yes, we believe that Charleston's beauty speaks for itself. It is not necessary to adorn her further, regardless of the season." Enough said.
Lift your face, Cindy