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... Charleston, we rode around the historic city on a horse drawn carriage with a very informative guide. wandered around the market enjoying icy peach lemonade and then journeyed north to the Magnolia Plantation to see how life used to be.
We left there late afternoon and enjoyed the bonus of a couple of hours and dinner in the charming Georgian city of Savannah before reaching our last stop before Disney in Brunswick, Georgia.
Today I visited places I had not been to in my previous two trips to Charleston, Boone Hall Plantation and Charles Pinckney National Historic Site.
The morning started off a bit brisk. It was in the low 40s when I ventured out to the car, but no snow so a positive sign! Both sites I planned to visit are located off Highway 17, a little north of Charleston in Mt Pleasant. I took the less congested route of I-526, which goes around the city and has ...
... down to the market district and find some food. Our sense of smell led us to lunch. BBQ was in the air and as we entered the Southend Brewery and Smokehouse. Pulled pork sandwich, mac and cheese, and a beautiful IPA = Food Overload. As we waddled out the door we headed to the Slave Mart Museum. Overall I was really impressed with the museum, even if there was an extensive amount of interpretive text to get through. Of course the subject of slavery ...
... on February 17, 1864, an early submarine, the H.L. Hunley made a night attack on the USS Housatonic. In 1865, Union troops moved into the city and took control of the city ending this city involvement in the Civil War.
Since the end of the Civil War, modern Charleston has still seen historical events including the Civil Rights Movement and the 1989 Hurricane Hugo, which damaged three quarters of the historical homes in the city. The city was able to rebound ...
... a wonderful day out , we 6 enjoyed ‘happy hour’ and cheese board at the beautiful winery also on the property (called Antler Hill ) , bidding a fond farewell to Glenna & Gerry. Driving away for their 6 hour journey home…..their Harley Davidson type(Suzuki) motor bike, mounted on a rack on the tow bar of their truck.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN……… Departing Asheville, after a 2 night stay - feeling ...