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... It is surprising how intact the town given the earthquakes, hurricanes, wars and fires it has endured. We fed our parking meter a fist full or quarters twice, stopped later in the afternoon for a shared mint lemonade and key lime pie slice at a cute little bakery, and walked and walked and walked.
We headed from the historic French Quarter to walk the waterfront and see some famous sites. We found the beautiful pineapple fountain on ...
... Spain ceded the region to the U.S., and Florida became a state in 1845. The fort was last used during the Spanish-American war in 1898 as a military prison.
In the evening we drove to the southern end of Anastasia island, where we were camping, and had a delightful salmon dinner at the South Beach Grill. Afterwards we walked on the beach.
The following morning we decided to visit the nearby St. Augustine Lighthouse and ...
... good hike to get to the tour. When you arrive at the home, you ring the bell and a guide shows you into the house. Photography is not allowed inside and you have to put your purse or any other bags into a locker. The tour is self-guided using an audio tour that takes about 30-45 minutes, depending on how long you spend in each room. Like Drayton Hall, the Aiken-Rhett Home is being preserved so you can see the peeling paint, peeling wall ...
... s recommendation of a local practice to make an appointment....of course they're booked up until the 8th of January so I decide to make the trip to Savannah then return to Charleston for the dentist and fly to New Orleans from there.
Luckily for me I decide to re-check the small print of my insurance the day before my appointment. Turns out I'm only covered to relieve pain and suffering and only £200 worth of that too. No ...
... only if you enjoy very expensive antiques and want to see a house packed floor to ceiling with them. We had a delicious lunch at Blossom and shopped into the afternoon .We ended the evening with a progressive dinner catered by Circa 1886.The ambience, the carriage rides and of course the company was excellent and we had a great time but the food was very disappointing.
Charleston is a spirited and beautiful town with great food, lovely buildings and ...