Governor's House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... oldest houses date from late 1600's, many built by the plantation owners as their town residences. Along East Bay street there are many, very grand homes but also an interesting group called Rainbow Row, smaller places that had businesses on the ground floor while the family lived above, built in 17th century. The founder of the Charleston Preservation society worked tirelessly from the 1920's to make sure these places were retained - the ...
... been here we went to downtown Charleston and took a small tour van around the city. Lots of beautiful homes and interesting history of the Revolutionary War and Civil War. We also went to a plantation and toured the house and gardens. There are a lot of plantations in this area so we just picked one. All the plantation homes in the area are post ...
... tipping. Everyone has their hand out.
Drove back into town for a tour of Calhoun Mansion, built in 1876, with 35 rooms and 23 fireplaces, chandeliers by Tiffany and rooms stuffed with antiques, it is truly remarkable.
This morning's rain and cloud lifted and it was a beautiful day, about 22 degrees. Further north there is another snow storm and we are glad to be out of this one.
... from the lady ahead of us. However, she never looked directly at us - just the pocket from which the noise came. Being new to a "smart cell phone", I fumbled with finding the phone and then figuring what to do to make the noise quit. All the while, the lady ahead kept turning to scowl and stare alternately at the pocket and the naughty, noisy cell phone. Finally, when it came her turn, she stepped up to the counter and with my naughty phone I ...
... iPad. The boy always get there first and he's like a dog with a bone.
The girl notices that I have a Kindle Fire HD and asks if she can play with it. Sure, why not? There are no games downloaded, so she proceeds to the Amazon Store and starts "purchasing" free ones. My phone starts chirping about emails confirming my orders for such items as Baby Dream House and Wedding Salon - Spa Makeover, Dress ...