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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... preserved historic mansion. For Andy's birthday dinner, we walked to Circa 1886 which is located in the old Wentworth Mansion. The mansion has been converted into a luxury bed and breakfast. The restaurant, Circa 1886, is located in the back of the mansion and used to be the stables.
... which is the north/south dividing street. We meet at the gorgeous Mills House hotel on Meeting Street, originally built and opened in 1853. After a brief introduction to the founding of Charles Towne in 1670 and it's subsequent renaming to Charleston in 1783 following the end of British control, we head out to stroll the palmetto lined streets. As we walk we occasionally stop at important historical sites, including St. Michaels Episcopal Church. ...
... day visiting the plantations we found a great camping ground near by in Mt Pleasant. Right on the waterfront and with a swimming pool - luxury. I asked if we could swim in the water, the answer was... 'Theres alligators in there so we advice you not to'. That's a pretty good reason to stay clear of the water.
We had the perfect spot under the trees, on the waterfront. Had a bottle of wine and cooked a yummy dinner while the sunset over Charleston.
... high bridges over marshes and portions of the Charleston port. Once back on Highway 17, the turn for Boone Hall is a left at a light and there is a sign shortly before letting you know the turn is coming up.
The admission price is $20 ($18 if you have AAA like me!) and includes everything on the grounds. It pays to get there early as you want to have the spectacular Avenue of Oaks drive all to yourself for pictures and just to enjoy for a few ...
... countrymen, who were in a state of rebellion. Looking at the shore I attempted to understand the ultimate joy of the Confederates once the Union surrendered the fort. There is nothing comparable to standing on the ground where history still lives and breathes. I was sad to relearn that Ft. Wagner had been taken by the sea. To have seen the site where Shaw and the 54th went down would have been incredible.
After the fort we decided ...