Francis Marion Hotel
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... Back in the room, Linda uploaded the pictures from the day to the blog and I took a sit down shower as it was too rough to stand. And now I'm doing the blog and watching the 20 foot waves and sprays when the ship cracks down on the sea. Linda took a video of the action so you could get a feeling for what we're in the middle of and she'll send it tomorrow when we're at a wifi hot spot off the ...
... Englishman Major John Boone and is the oldest working , living plantation in America. It has been continuously growing and producing crops for more than three centuries. Its continuous success is due to it keeping up with change. Once producing cotton and pecans to making bricks and now a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.
The house was built in 1936 so relatively new but it was built using the wood from the original plantation house, built in the early ...
... Palisade Wall ran. The dirt is a different color where the original wooden posts stood due to the decay of the material over time. Very interesting! The trail winds past some beautiful oak trees, gardens and ponds. There weren't any alligators out but I did see a few birds and some turtles! The park also has several picnic areas and restrooms so a great place to eat your lunch and do some walking!
My last stop ...
... a talk where I managed to get a fly into my pants at the same time, the memories.. Then finished off with a rot of tram ride and a beer and a local chicken sandwich. Walked at pace to go and get the bus back to charleston only for the bus to asking bloody ages! Finally got back and had a wonder around the town, it's nice with every house being different. Had a cocktail at the rooftop bar then ...
... famed gardens. The gardens contained many azaleas, statues, and rice fields. After about 4 hours, we headed back to Charleston to go to the Nathaniel Russell House.
This is a historic house which contained a non-supported staircase and was restored to look like it would have when the Russell's lived there. A member of the Russell family married a Middleton (If you haven't read above, go back and read it)! ...