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... installed yet another one. As Jeff was walking in circles and trying to decide if jail time was worth this aggravation, I asked the mechanic, "how often does this happen? Isn't this something you check before telling customers the 'job is done'?" He looked us straight in the eye and said, "one in a million." Thaatttss rigghttttt... 1 in a freaking million does this sort of thing happen, and we were to the lucky winners. Jeff and ...
... delicious steaming brew to start your day. Sit long enough and you'll see the obvious "regulars" walk in and make themselves at home pouring coffee into their travel mugs and going behind the counter for the cream and sugar. Everyone is treated like family and over fed with comforting down home style food.
With a full stomach I'm headed directly to my first tour, a walk around of the lower portion of the historic district known as "South of ...
... disappeared from view, and we were left with the contrail.
The next day, Tuesday July 29, we continued northward and stopped in St. Augustine, the oldest town in the U.S. established in 1565. Our tour of the town started with a visit to the Castillo de San Marcos, which for many years was the northernmost outpost of Spain's vast New World empire. Florida changed hands several times between Spain, France, and Great Britain. ...
... out the door and I was not going to wait! Got back on the trolley and went to the Charleston Museum instead ($10). The museum has many different exhibits, from different silver smithed items to textiles of different eras to the history of Charleston itself. There is plenty to look at and if you want to read every little thing, you could be in there all day. I don't like to read all the signs and wandered through at a faster pace.
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RESTORATION OF THE HOUSE
In 1995, Historic Charleston Foundation embarked on a multi-year study and restoration of the Russell House. Today, the interior finishes and architectural details reflect Nathaniel Russell’s original dwelling, and the house is furnished with an outstanding collection of fine and decorative arts from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In recent years, grants and ...