Monday, March 20, 2017

Walking in Charleston

In the two weeks I've been living in South Carolina, I've mostly unpacked and gotten organized. I'm not completely settled yet, but Tim had a conference in Charleston, SC and I tagged along.

We arrived early in the afternoon and grabbed lunch before walking from our hotel to The Battery. It is a seawall at the southern tip of Charleston. At this point the Ashley River meets the Cooper River. The streets are full of antebellum homes. Tim and I enjoy studying the architecture of the homes and imagine the history. We often dream of what it'd be like to live in different cities and towns, but now that I've moved I don't plan to move again. (I know, never say never.)

Today, I'd like to share a few of the pictures I took during my walks.



The pineapple fountain is beautiful. And the way palm trees are planted among other trees is amazing.

I think Charleston is a great place to visit if you enjoy history, beautiful homes, delicious food, and great scenery.

If you've been to Charleston, do you have a favorite place to visit?

4 comments:

  1. Love Charleston! Dau. lived there several years. Glad you are settling in. I have a busy week....back sg. on Thurs. :-(

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    1. Jackie, I pray your surgery goes well. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Loved being on the boat to the Fort! Also the horse and buggy tour.

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    1. I'll have to try the boat tour next time. Today I'm taking a black history tour.

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