Value Place Charleston Central
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... shops, markets and public buildings. When we reached the southern tip of Charleston we stumbled upon a museum containing the treasures of a Privite collector. The collection was huge, undoubtably going into the billions as it held artefacts which predated Christ and belonged to various monarchs worldwide. That night we went out again and were bought many drinks by the stars ...
... There you can buy tickets to tour one of the historic homes they own. After talking with the ticket person, I decided to tour the Aiken-Rhett tour. She explained this home is part of their preservation program and is a self-guided tour. I bought my ticket ($10) and headed in the direction she pointed me.
The Aiken-Rhett Home is located on Elizabeth Street and, from the City Market, was slightly further than the Visitor Center. So it ...
I thought it might be interesting to document our living conditions on this trip. We have been living in a 33' RV with two slideouts while we have been traveling. It has been interesting to say the least. In the living room picture you can see Rich's head over the seat back. That is where he sits with his computer. We brought the TV trays to eat on because the dinette is taken up with my computer and storage.
... large “tree” of lights with a base about 10 ft. across that you could congregate underneath and stare straight up at the strings of lights surrounding you. We also learned that there was a farmer’s market there the next morning. We walked around a bit more and then headed home.
The next day we decided to walk downtown since it was only about four miles and it was a beautiful day. We entered the address for Marion Square in ...
... for a visit, and colour is coming to the gardens with camelias about to bloom and the cnfederate rose - with flowers that start white and turn a light then dark pink as their blooms mature and then fade, as if the blood of dead conferate (southern) soldiers fertilises them. Egrets and the blue Heron hover close and the swamps are nisy at times with ducks, butterflies, birds and activity. Quite a paradise without the insects and heat of summer.
Tomorrow to Savannah!