- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... shop in the old historic downtown. It a nice old area with cute shop and restaurants, all the buildings are brick and Clemson Univ. Is across the river/ waterfall... They have redeveloped the waterfall Rea into a lovely park with a suspension bridge and the Univ. Area....lots of paths and foliage. Now we are off to Charleston...a 3 hour trip. Well it was a very rainy trip....long and boring in fact. we arrived in Charleston in the rain around 4:00 and promptly got lost on the way ...
... it's 27 slave cabins still remaining and completely intact. We were able to walk in and around them. An inventory from 1854 lists the names of 225 slaves at Boone Hall but slaves weren't always registered so there could have been 300 or even more.
The plantation has had many weddings, even Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively were married there.
We did a tour inside the house, first floor only because it's still lived in by the current owners, which also meant ...
... has lots of information about the Pinckney family. If you don't like history, this is probably not the place for you as there is little else. But you can get a stamp for your National Park Passport!
By this time, it had warmed up so I headed for a beach. The Isle of Palms was the closest and I stopped at the County Park. It costs $7 to park in the parking lot and the beach is then just a short walk away. This is another beautiful beach stretching as ...
... embarking on their new path together. Cheers! The party gave me an opportunity to get to know some other NPS employees. We ate, we talked, we danced! After the reception we made our way to a bar…..I had a few more cocktails….and back to the hotel we went.
Sunday morning….It took a bit to get motivated, but after breakfast, once again at Saffron, we were off to see another important Civil War relic - The Hunley Submarine. My ...
... owners away. They sent their slaves instead. Today it is a charming marketplace that you can spend hours wandering through.
After the carriage ride we were in need of some food. We roamed around reading various menus trying to decide where to eat. Lo and behold we ran into our friend Pat. He was hungry too so we picked a restaurant and sat down for a beer, some food, and to talk about ...