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More About Charleston

Someone over the weekend happened to mention to me that I never finished sharing all of our Charleston trip photos and stories. And I realized – wow! I haven’t. And then I was glad because, hullo, something to blog about.

On our last day in Charleston all I really wanted to do was just take the big camera and walk around the city. And that’s just what we did.

We visited The Battery and White Point Gardens.

We wandered up and down the cobble stone streets.

We saw (and splashed in!) the Pineapple Fountain.

We walked by Rainbow Row.

And up Church Street.

It was no accident that late afternoon found us back at Husk.

We had bourbon and fabulous burgers.

And then we were tuckered out and we headed back to our air bnb for one last night. It was a great way to recap and revisit the things we had seen and done over the week and looking back at these photos reminds me of what a truly awesome trip it was.

This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. How did I not know about that fabulous fountain?! Your photos are the next best thing to being there. Glad you realized you had more to share.

  2. Charleston is a really gorgeous city, and you’ve shown us that through your lovely photos. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Those pictures represent so much from my wonderful trip to Charleston too! Thanks for the memories Carole! Beautiful shots!

  4. I’d heard Charleston was picturesque, but had little idea there was so many beautiful places to see! Thank you for sharing your journey.

  5. Charleston is such a gorgeous city! I’m so happy to see MORE of your travel photos — it feels like a whole new vacation. XO

  6. aw thank you for wrapping up the travelogue! it’s awesome to have time in your itinerary to re-visit your favorite places on the last day or two. wandering through somewhat familiar territory feels a little more comfortable … and wow! such great photos!!

  7. I’ve never seen the pineapple fountain, so cool. I love the architecture [structure and details] in Charleston-must get back sometime soon.

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