Value Place Charleston Central
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It's my last day in the US of A, and my first day on the wrong side of 25. That being said, I'm feeling a strange mixture of excitement, apprehension, sadness and pure exhilaration. I can not wait to be back in Europe, which feels more like home to me than any other place in the world.
After living in Scotland from the age of 19 to 24, I had pretty ...
... white pillars, shutters on the windows and old rocking chairs out front. The plantation is now a national park so the home is empty but its still spectacular from the outside.
The kitchen, completely separate from the house, was the size of a modern two bedroom home. Back then it was illegal to have the kitchen inside the main house because the cooks/slaves used an open fire to cook on, meaning that kitchens tended to catch fire 1-3 times a year and it ...
... high bridges over marshes and portions of the Charleston port. Once back on Highway 17, the turn for Boone Hall is a left at a light and there is a sign shortly before letting you know the turn is coming up.
The admission price is $20 ($18 if you have AAA like me!) and includes everything on the grounds. It pays to get there early as you want to have the spectacular Avenue of Oaks drive all to yourself for pictures and just to enjoy for a few ...
... a little like home as we drank Yeungling. I talked to the groom's brother and girlfriend and extracted ideas for the off the beaten path of Charleston. They recommended a lot of restaurants. By this point I am really understanding that Charleston has a great food scene. The party dwindled down to 6 and we made our way to the Coleman Public House and I drank a lovely German Wheat Beer and devoured a large portion of mussels. This trip didn’t land ...
We got home about 9:30 and said good bye to Chris. He had to get back since he had class in the morning.
Next morning we woke to more ugly sky and intermittent rain as we packed up to leave and head for Charleston. We got on the on the road about 9am. and about an hour into the trip we hit heavy rain. It rained pretty much the whole drive which for anyone who has driven in the rain towing a fifth wheel is pretty stressful. But we managed and as we got ...