3 Days in Charleston

Charleston is definitely not overrated. It in fact was awarded worlds Best City by Travel + Leisure; I would have to agree. But before we slid our gear in park in this Beautiful city we made a stop at Angel Oak on Johns Island, SC. I could not get enough of this place. The Tree itself is said to be between 400-500 years old! Here are some pictures of this awesome tree (I may have 100 more on my camera):

After getting into Charleston and settling into our Airbnb, we walked around the city taking pictures. We made sure to look down all the old alleys and go past famous houses. Unfortunately we did not have time to go into each of the houses but I captured some pictures to show just how beautiful this city is.


Rainbow Row

Waterfront park Charleston

Stoll’s Alley


Zig Zag Alley







There is details all around Charleston that make this city special:

Gas Lambs

Wrought Iron






Patrick O Donnell House
Those Stairs!

Wrought Iron

Plaque at Residence







Front Door






Spring has Sprung in Charleston

Window Boxes

One of the days we decided to head over to Boone Hall Plantation.








Gardens at Boone Hall

Statues of Charleston

      The Battery

Patriots Point

Ravenal Bridge

Places we saw:

  • Ravenal Bridge
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • The Battery
  • Waterfront Park
  • Patriots Point

Places we ate:

  • Lewis BBQ
  • Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit
  • The Royal American
  • Tattooed Moose
  • Edmunds Oast
  • Husk
  • The Belmont
  • Locals Bar
  • Hominy Grill
  • Trattoria Lucca
  • The Eclectic Cafe & Vinyl

Everywhere we ate was amazing but I would have to say out top 3 were:

Lewis BBQ

Hominy Grill

Callies Hot Little Biscuit

We will definitely be going back to experience the many other restaurants and places to see we didn’t get to. What a beautiful City!





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