Town & Country Inn and Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... scarves and gloves. First stop, breakfast in the south. Waiting for our fried oyster Benedict with creamy cheese grits. This is the heart of the old city, balconied buildings, moss hanging from the trees. Once we get fortified and warm, our walking tour begins. Many of the homes here in the old residential area date from the early 1800's. Architectural styles from that period through the beginning of the 20th century ...
... white pillars, shutters on the windows and old rocking chairs out front. The plantation is now a national park so the home is empty but its still spectacular from the outside.
The kitchen, completely separate from the house, was the size of a modern two bedroom home. Back then it was illegal to have the kitchen inside the main house because the cooks/slaves used an open fire to cook on, meaning that kitchens tended to catch fire 1-3 times a year and it ...
... 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 ...
... continental Europe, West Africa and Asia.
While most of his profits came from the exportation of staples, such as Carolina Gold rice, indigo, tobacco and cotton, Russell handled a broad range of imported goods. He also participated in the African slave trade both before and after the American Revolution.
In 1788 Russell married Sarah Hopton (1752-1832), daughter of one of Charleston’s wealthiest pre-Revolutionary era ...
We left Wilmington with intentions of touring the USS North Carolina battleship docked across the river from downtown. I was pretty excited to check out the battleship but Kaitlyn was not too enthused, she was pretty happy when one of us decided their headache and upset stomach was a bit too much for walking around in the sun. So we set out for Charleston with our first stop at a Bojangles on the way proving to be the perfect cure for a headache ...