Week one of Penelope the Pineapple’s five-week Charleston vacation was an enlightening one. She spent her days traveling along Charleston’s Museum Mile, learning all about American independence and how Charleston got its start as the cool little city it is today. Penelope got some rest and relaxation at the home of U.S. Constitution Signer John Rutledge, one of Charming Inn’s four downtown bed and breakfasts.
Though last week was Restaurant Week in Charleston, Penelope admittedly did not have much time to dine out. Week two of her itinerary sends her out into Charleston for some good eats. Charleston has a long-standing reputation for being a place of culinary innovation. Our history of innovative food sourcing and cooking can be traced back to the 18th century. Penelope left the peninsula this weekend to visit the center of this innovation. This beautiful place she is pictured in was home to a family of American history power players- and like the John Rutledge House Inn, is a National Historic Landmark.
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