Motel 6 Charleston South
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... shocking pink sweater in Chicago airport to tide me over! Getting up in the middle of the night caught up with us in the plane and I managed quite a long nap.
(D) so this 6’ft tall orange haired beauty tap-taps thru security ...
... amount of export made the family one of the richest in the U.S at that time. The plantation was worked the same as they all were, by the slave system in operation across most of the eastern states. However this one was different, Mr Drayton made sure that each and ever slave on his plantation were all taught to Read and Write. This was highly illegal at the time but paid after the war, when the slaves wanted to remain with the family. A series of events has meant that ...
... seen in American history books of plantations---always near a river, for transportation of cash crops, with a large, elegant home on high ground facing the water.
Together we toured the lovely gardens, stopping at intervals for our guide, Ruth, to relate stories and history. Especially beautiful was the "Wood Nymph" binding her sandal, a marble statue ...
... near Port Royal. This is when the white settlers arrived on Edisto Island and a new phase of history began. The first plantation was built by Paul Grimball "Point of Pines", portions of its foundation remain today. Edisto's Golden Age began in 1790 and lasted until 1861 with plantation owners amassing huge fortunes. The source of this wealth was highly prized Sea Island Cotton. At the height of this Golden Age there were 62 plantations with approximately ...
... as there was a child listed on our booking. Since we didn't seem to have a child in our possession, she was then able to fix it up. She couldn't guarantee however our bags would make it though!
Our flight on a B757-200 was uneventful, where the crew barely had time to do service and their safety checks, so they settled on the service instead. Upon arrival into Atlanta, our connecting gate was close by, and the agent assured us our bags would make the ...