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Travel Blogs from Charleston
... driver as we all drove downtown in the Sachmobile. Charleston is a cool laid back city. Seemed like the people there were either super rich or super poor. We wandered the streets and checked out the city market, where you can watch locals weave baskets. Today being September 11th the flags outside the custom and excise building were flying at half mast, and people had written messages of sympathy on the pavement.
... beaches and then continued on. We arrived in Charleston Wednesday evening, checked into the b&b, and then walked to downtown Charleston. We had dinner a Slightly North of Broad (S.N.O.B.) which is one of the best restaurants in the city for lowcountry food. The scallops and duck breast were delicious, as were the desserts (key lime tart for me, upside down chocolate cake for Donald). We walked home, passing beautiful historic ...
... at 6.6 on the Ricter scale occurred in 1886, leveling the main house. Today, only the southern flanker is remaining. Heningham Smith, wife of John Julius Pringle Smith began restoration in 1919. She is responsible for reestablishing the gardens, and much credit was received by her.
Middleton Place is a great place to spend the day. In spite of the Tropical ...
... Creek. I wanted one more chance to see the sunset at here. We ate at RB's which is another seafood restaurant. Again, a repeat visit for Brian and I. After dinner, we drove to Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms which are right off the coast from Mt. Pleasant. Brian and I spent a week on each of these islands several years ago and it was good to reminisce about our times these. The drive back to RV park over the Cooper River bridge finished out our wonderful day in the ...
... more than a slice was just too much bacon.
Entrees were bologna stuffed quail (they make their only bologna) with an okra succotash and shrimp and grits with slow cooked pork, peppers and onions. The quail was wonderful, cooked perfectly and the succotash was flavored wonderfully. However, the shrimp and grits was one of the best dishes I've ever had. Even though it was 95 degrees outside (we sat on the porch), and the dish was piping hot...I ...
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