The previous review gives an excellent commentary on many of the things we saw and did while recently in Laura's company. (No need to recount all of that.) But, it's Laura herself that made Charleston and its history and that of the South come alive for us. Laura is both a person deeply ingrained into the City's culture today (witness her numerous friends that we met along the way during our approximate 4 hour walking tour and some of their historic houses that we visited) and a highly impressive student of its history that she relates with instant recollection from her years' of readings and study and boundless energy. Our time with Laura culminated in a light lunch that she hosted in her home. We were a group of 12 friends coming together in Charleston for a reunion, and to a person, our time with Laura was our most special activity. We all experienced a highly unique adventure that we will long remember. Not to be missed.
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