We started our week in Charleston at Drayton Hall and were mesmerized by all of the history that the docents had to impart. This structure has been preserved "as is" from the 1700's and you literally walk through the paths of the family and its decendants. It has not been restored and this adds to the awe of your visit and imagination. Drayton Hall is absolutely fascinating! Be sure to join the National Trust for Historic Preservation after your tour to help continue the work being done here and get your proper rice spoon.
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