Econo Lodge North Charleston
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... place for many of the slaves who lived, worked and died at the Drayton Hall Plantation. Many of the slaves when free chose to stay at Drayton. The last of many generations passed away in the nineties at the age of 89. He was still working at Drayton, like his father before him, like his grandfather, like his great grandfather and so on. He had a place of honour in his senior years, greeting visitors on the porch of the Gift Shop.
... event which added to its uniqueness!
We walked and looked at lights, shopped in the little stores and just talked about how thankful we were that we could experience this together. And of course, how we were finally out of GA (no offense Papa Chandler!) :)
When we came home we enjoyed a bowl of warm, thick, meaty chili and popped in a movie. In the morning we have to catch a 9am shuttle that will take us ...
... until a descendent of Henry Middleton began restoring it in 1920's I believe.
We had a lovely lunch in the Plantation Restraurant, Ron had a southern dish of Catfish Stew, which was a filllet of fish on a bed of tomatoe & corn spicey salsa. I played it safe with a fillet of salmon & delicious salad.
This charming Southern ...
... over has an energetic impromptu football game going on...lots of cheering! We are also doing a wash which is highly needed. We are going to a restaurant called Cru for supper.....it's a contemporary take on Southern food so hope it's good Well Cru was very nice...I had Wreck Fish a local catch with a potato,cheese and mushroom fitter and sautéed arugula and a yummy sauce. Walter and Inez had a Mahi Mahi with shrimp and new ...
... local police stop us!!! we did not have a wake but they thought we should have been idealist through OMG ....so a cash ticket our first speeding ticket hehe. We saw them stopping others too I think they needed their quota!
We passed Fort Sumpter very cool...interesting if you have forgotten from school: