Meeting Street Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and built 7000sf homes - that did not have bathrooms or electricity, but had the most ornate features such as floating staircases, curved wooden doors, round rooms and gold painted crown molding. I wondered how one could even think of adding these sort of features in a home back then... but they did and they built it. THESE homes are located just blocks from the water and South Of Broad (SOB) ...
My parents are visiting and it's so great to see them. We hired a car and after FNCE drove to Charleston, South Carolina. We passed the 4 hour drive catching up and chatting about my trip so far it was really nice to have some time to reflect. Mum had booked us into an amazing b&b it's a bright pink antebellum house right on the east battery overlooking Fort Sumter where the first cannons of the civil war were ...
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Shortly thereafter, the Birmingham regiment received reinforcements from a Georgia rider and his young bride. Combining their forces, the Roberts, Rivers, and Denton companies embarked upon their most daring endeavor to date, “The Charleston Ghost Hunt”. A tour guide from North Carolina, who dared to assume command of the tour, was the first casualty of Alpha Kappa’s war. If ghosts were to be tracked down ...
... Day page with a list of all the various museums, historic houses and other indoor things to do. I wasn't quite sure where I wanted to start so I hopped on the trolley heading to the City Market. This Market is a covered Market where people sell everything from jewelry to sweetgrass baskets to food products. Interesting to walk through and it is out of the rain. I wandered through and ended up in the shop of the Historic Charleston ...
... builder and his family, unique aspects of the house and the changes made to it over the years of its history. Particulary fascinating is the exquisite winding, floating circular staircase, which means that it is not attached to the walls – totally free standing. This home is a must see for anyone visiting Charleston. If you can only tour 1 home, we recommend this one.
The Foundation welcomes visitors to explore daily life in one ...