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Today we decided to go to the swamp as the weather wasn't going to be too hot - well if you call 90F cool!
The swamp is located at Magnolia Plantation near Charleston and was about an hour from our hotel. It was a pleasant drive and we arrived about 9:00am. It was $15 for general entry then you pay $8 for each option such as the house tour, wildlife tram, boat tour, swamp etc. So we paid just for the swamp to start with.
The swamp was a ten minute walk from ...
... 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 ...
... in Charleston and serves as a naval museum, and Michelle chose Magnolia Plantation, a 300-year-old rice plantation and antebellum manor house, as our afternoon excursion.
Commissioned in 1943, the Yorktown earned 11 battle stars during World War II and later served as an antisubmarine carrier. After service in the Vietnam War, she was the ship that recovered the crew and command module of Apollo 8 and was eventually decommissioned in 1970.
The Yorktown, ...
... stop. They have remodeled
the gift shop since my last visit and have lots more varieties of tea to
sample. You can have as many samples as you want. They were currently
offering a sample of their First Flush Tea as a hot tea, but it was out
when we got there. The First Flush is made from the very first harvest
of the season. The taste of the tea changes each year depending on the
type of winter. It is called ...
Four months into our trip, we finally holed ourselves up for a week and got our awesome travel website online! It's got things we couldn't do through our travel blog alone like geotagged photo maps, google fly through tours, travel tips, tons of places/links we've researched and essential RV gear ...