Governor's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the stated cause was Major Robert Andersons refusal to surrender the Fort when requested to do so in the early morning hours of April 12, 1861. A few hours later the first shot of the war was fired from Fort Johnson by confederate Captain George James.
A 10 inch mortar shell exploded above Fort Sumter and nothing over Charleston, or the South, or America, would ever be the same again.
I am sure you have all read enough for now, time for me to get outside. ...
... 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.
... 100 years after this. Finally, when the art and science was mastered and the temperature could be increased to properly incinerate a body and not barbecue it for the family to witness, it became more common.
We decided that after a lecture like that we were hungry for barbecue. We got on our scooter and headed toward the campground. It was dark and it was getting cold. We lucked upon a great barbecue place called Bessinger Bar-B-Que. Now, in ...
... WB Yeats, who's ghost I shall likely encounter during my trip to Innisfree. This is actually possible only through the benefices of a grant I received from my employer. That's right, I won a grant which is enabling me to pursue my passion for penmanship. And penmanship it will be, so I've been told. While I'm taking my laptop with me, I have been instructed to bring my favorite writing pen, as the "visual nature of the exercises" disallow for ...
... luckily cleared while we were there. Not much to see, some remains of the fort that was the starting point of the Civil war. Hard to imagine when you see Charleston now what it was like at the end of the war in 1865 when the city was mostly in ruins.
Annoying delay on our train to Savannah, we arrived about 2 hours later than scheduled but it was great to see Chris and Richard who had arrived the evening before.