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... in downtown Charleston. It's a very European-looking old city, it was an important trade port, and one of the first built cities in the South, of course possible by slave work.
You wander through cobblestone streets, surrounded by colonial houses, shops, restaurants.
... sat at bar. Walked home.
Friday - M got up to get a ride to enterprise - M spilled coffee all over himself and car. Picked up car and brought it home to pack up. T bo cleaned the aparts! Drove around downtown Charleston and battery. Parked in garage and went to Husk for lunch. Really good. Got fried chicken skins, turkey sandwich, amazing cheese grits. We drove to Boone Plantation, they were closed so we went to Pinckney ...
For 125 years, four successive generations worked the Plantation. Then after the Civil War the Main House was set on fire by the troops & an Earthquake later destroyed what was left. One wing that survived was restored & is open to the public today. Made out of bricks, we were surprised at the "small" size, we were expecting a big fancy mansion. The Plantation was totally neglected ...
... wharf area that is overlooking the ferry to Mt Pleasant. Then up Broad street to the Post Office where Inez posted some cards and I looked at St. Michael's Church Cemetary.....very old and pretty... Lots of babies dying early. Then up Meeting Street where there is church after church and the Hiberian Society and the Library Society....to Market street which has turned the old market area into a tourist Market Hall...mostly tourist type souvenirs. Then ...
... thou a month. Kim gave the tour 3.5/5. Kim wanted to eat Southern BBQ. We went to Jim&Nick's on the recommendation of our doorman. Kim enjoyed I think. Tonight we returned to the French Quarter and I was able to take pics of the stunning gardens in houses and townhomes and photos of the architecture. Sorry pics on Nikon only. Can't show them on ...