Charleston is just lovely, and I was thrilled when my friends suggested we swing by for a couple of days following our time in Atlanta. I was able to see more of a city I'd already fallen in love with on my visit three years ago.
If it had been up to me, we would've spent even more time strolling and taking pictures of the lovely homes downtown. Maybe we would've taken a carriage tour, as well. I do love history.
There are tons, and I mean tons of churches.
Don't you just want to take a stroll down this alley? I can't get enough of the palmetto trees!
The girls and I thought this would be the perfect spot for a model pose.
I would love to eat at Magnolia's next time we're in town, although I can't complain about the delicious food I was able to enjoy.
Craving some low country food, we ended up at Jestine's Kitchen. I was in fried food heaven. We started with some corn bread and honey butter before our dishes came.
It was a tough decision, but I went with the fried chicken and fried okra with a side of coleslaw.
You know I saved room for dessert, which was an even harder decision to make. I narrowed it down to pecan pie or banana pudding, but ended up going with the latter . . as long as my friend promised to share his pie.
I'll be back to share more later . .