This handsome brick building, located in the heart of the Historic District and mere steps away from River Walk, is reminiscent of an antebellum plantation home. It was built in the Greek Revival style right before the Civil War (all that's missing are the columns out front) and functioned as a grocery warehouse, a drug company and a bakery, among other things, before its latest incarnation, in the 1980s, as the East Bay Inn. Hotel staff talk about a ghost named Charlie who serves as the buildin...
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