Value Place Charleston Central
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... rests Congaree National Park, a world of primeval forest, champion trees, diverse plant and animal life, and tranquility. This park protects over 26,000 acres of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest, the largest such area left in the United States. Originally designated as the Congaree Swamp National Monuent in 1976, it still was in danger from logging and other outside interest, until the park was expanded and thousands of acres ...
... 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 ...
... city. Finally found the house@ 8 Chisholm Street which is only one block from the water but it's at the edge of the downtown area behind the Coast Guard and an old building that belonged to the ROTC in prior times. We drove to the closest supermarket called Harris Teeter. While in the Juice section I asked 2 young girls about Claire's age where to go for dinner. They recommended a pizza place called Monza which is next door to A bar called Closed For Business. The pizza was ...
... to rebuilt a kitchen rather than a whole mansion. This specific kitchen was a working kitchen until the 1930s. The mansion stands as a testament to the wealth that the family accumulated throughout the rice era. Enslaved Africans (Hampton had 130 at its peak) worked in the rice and indigo fields during the 18th and 19th centuries. Remnants of their labours still exist today in the fields, canals and dikes around Hampton's grounds.
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... time, my feet were tired and it seemed like a good time for some ice cream. Another trolley ride brought me to the waterfront park area, a gelato shop and a delicious rest on a bench by the harbor. And, that was the end of my day! I was glad to avoid any heavy downpours as it would have been a miserable day. I very much appreciate the free trolleys as they are great for resting tired feet. And I very much enjoy the history and charm of Charleston!