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... good hike to get to the tour. When you arrive at the home, you ring the bell and a guide shows you into the house. Photography is not allowed inside and you have to put your purse or any other bags into a locker. The tour is self-guided using an audio tour that takes about 30-45 minutes, depending on how long you spend in each room. Like Drayton Hall, the Aiken-Rhett Home is being preserved so you can see the peeling paint, peeling wall ...
... we ate so much Terry let me share his coconut cake. And I had the most amazing Rum Runner cocktail. We were too full to do any more walking, so while Terry had a hair cut I went into a beautiful boutique, but could only see size 2 clothes, so scuttled out. Size 2!
There was a huge earthquake in Charleston in 1868 and most of the surviving buildings had earthquake bolts put ...
... beach, and off to seaport harbor, were we ate more seafood. speaking of food. we went to one of the diners from the food show diners,drive in's and dives, where we had pecan crusted fried chicken and waffles and fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, butter beans. local cousine , had enough of it. looking forward to a week of salads! randi does not quite agree. the local food was fantastic. it was not all fried ...
... gardens at the backs of the houses. We are doing this and a wonderful Southern Belle says.. Y'all wanna come in and see my garden".. well DO WE? SO she shows us around and yacks for a while.. some of that southern hospitality. We go for dinner at a place called Pougans Porch and it is fantastic! We order 3 different meals and share them around. Back to the campsite for a fire, exhausted but happy!
Next stop charleston, after paying a million pounds for a taxi to take us two buildings away we got to the hotel. Now from what we'd heard charleston was supposedly one of the prettiest cities, nope! First the room was disgusting with flies everywhere and everything was falling apart.. The first time we used our sleeping bags was on top of the mattress...however just being excited about having a bed and going to sleep... Then we got woke up ...
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