Charleston - Days Inn Historic District
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After breakfast at our 'local', we headed north along the coast to Hilton Head. We weren't sure what it would look like, but knew there was a rather famous golf club and lighthouse. After a number of bridges, rivers full of reeds, beautiful homes (each with a private jetty) and the $1.25 toll (both ways which we found funny), we had arrived.
... our feet were still numb but after about an hour the feet started to warm up and the sun came out. The walk was fantastic. The trail was right along a marsh so we were walking between forests filled with fallen acorns, palm trees, and marsh lands. The acorns were massive and looked like perfect little Christmas trees. I told Chris that I would love to paint it green and cover it in pompoms and glitter. I guess that's my ...
... he educated his slaves, which was against the law, and worked in the gardens beside them, to create an "earthly paradise" for his wife. He didn't work beside them in the rice fields though.
This and several other plantations are beside the Ashley River. "Ashley, oh Ashley". I'd forgotten that Rhett Butler came from Charleston.
We had a lovely long stroll through the gardens, but of course at ...
... was an unhurried drive through lazy towns in the middle of nowhere. Edisto consisted of a post office, 2 single wides, a handful of small houses and a couple of gas stations. At least that is what we saw from the highway. At times the trees were so thick and tall and so close to the road, we lost satellite reception on the radio.
By the time we hit Ravenel we knew the sea was near by the names of ...
... Michelle sipped and then discretely poured into the communal dump bucket because they were not to her liking. We ended up walking out of the winery with about four bottles to take home.
The real fun began at the Firefly Vodka tasting. In business for about 12 years, the owners of the distillery got the idea to infuse the vodka they made with tea sweetened with pure cane sugar, and Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka was born. Their product has become a ...