We find ourselves returning to Charleston, SC for a weekend visit a couple of times a year. No matter how many times I visit, I always enjoy taking a stroll in the early morning hours with my camera.
We park the car once we arrive, walking to our destinations and dinner. Charleston is a foodie’s paradise and we enjoy touring with our taste buds and attempt to walk off some of the calories we consume!
I enjoy peeking through the wrought iron gates
to admire the stately homes and
occasionally getting a glimpse of a garden. . .
If you enjoy history, antebellum homes, and great food,
you’ll be charmed by the hospitality
and Southern flavor of Charleston!
I would suggest visiting when both the humidity
and temps are not in the 90s though. . .
Despite the heat, I’m always amazed at the
flowers thriving in the window boxes. . .
Especially since I look like a wilted flower
within 30 minutes of my arrival :)
I hope you enjoy the scenery in the comfort of your air conditioning! This post is photo heavy, alas I have no restraint with the camera or at the table when I visit there :)
Charleston is known as The Holy City, due to the numerous church steeples that can be seen rising above the otherwise low-rise skyline.