Lowndes Grove Plantation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We missed our first flight due to a delay with our airline trying to check people in at the ticket counter. After initially being told we couldn't get a flight til the next morning they finally got us to Charleston later that night. Since we arrived after dinner we stopped at Bojangles since it's a place we don't have at home. Good decision. We were starving and it was tasty. Finally made it to the beach house and we're amazed at how great it was in ...
... getting out of the park if you want to continue south on Highway 17. I decided not to try and cross, went North and turned around at the next spot I could.
Traveled the rest of the way without stopping until I arrived at my hotel. The lady could not find my reservation, but they had rooms available so I guess that worked out! I'm hoping tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today and I am looking forward to checking out some places I have not been to before.
For the first time this trip we were disorganized when we left our condo in Washington on Saturday morning. We didn't tidy up properly, the taxi was already waiting, and one of our bags was too heavy at check in for the train. After some scrabbling on our hands and knees and a bit of squabbling, luckily the queue wasn't too long, the weight was redistributed, and ...
... They were great partner to the rich & creamy but not too heavy garlic aioli.
We returned “home” and prepared to leave Charleston as soon as morning broke. We were ready to leave, Charleston was not for either of us. The historic qualities and sites of the city are amazing, however, the opulence of this small part of town is a stark contrast to the surrounding area. Our accommodations did not help the city’s case, at no fault of its ...
... of the interior of this enormous 118 year old home, we moved outdoors and admired the spectacular country views from the shaded arbor of wisteria and trumpet creeper vines. There is a 4 acre formal garden featuring flower beds and 2 arbors leading down to a beautiful glass roofed conservatory nurturing exotic orchids, ferns and palms.
The original stables, are now a very busy café, and shop selling all the memorabilia one could wish for from ...