The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel
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... and was entertaining and very informative. He spoke of morning clothing and periods that were required of women, the practice of using a cooling table to keep the body from rotting too quickly and a little about headstones including the wooden post and rail types. He had slides of pins and brooches that were made of human hair and a fan made from a human "loved one’s" stomach (it was really quite lovely if you didn't know what it was). He discussed ...
... Plantation, one of the very few remaining plantations that wasn't completely destroyed by General Sherman from the Union Army during the Civil War. The plantation was established by Thomas Drayton and his wife in 1679. So many other surrounding plantations were burnt to the ground. Magnolia Plantation was originally a 2000 acre rice plantation, but after the civil war 1500 acres were sold off for phosphate mining to ...
... District, currently functions as a museum, and is home to the oldest landscaped gardens in the United States. Read more at: https://www.middletonplace.org.
On the plantation, there were lots of horses, chickens, goats, cats, peacocks and other exotic farm animals. There were people giving tours, making pottery, and tending to the animals. We took a short walking tour and saw an alligator, ...
... looking out over the water to Charleston. Unfortunately though, whilst on board, Christine got about a dozen mosquito bites on her legs.
As it was very, very hot we decided to return to the campground and do some laundry. Once again the afternoon brought another storm.
Today, as parking is free in Charleston on a Sunday, we decided to visit Fort Sumter. The fort is on an island in the entrance to Charleston harbour and involved a ...
... As I said in the last blog, I arrived late at night to Charleston and stayed at a best western hotel which was cheap and all I needed for a sleep and temporary stay until the next morning when I would head into Charleston itself.
I was up and out of the hotel by 9am after I had breakfast and I caught a taxi to the next hotel which wasn’t too far. I left my bags with the hotel as it was too early to check in which I expected and was happy to do, as I had a lot ...