Charleston Highlights

First of all, I have to say that if you live in Charleston, BLESS YOU!! I fell more in love with this beautiful city this time than the last time I visited. The architecture, the community, the food and not to mention the shopping!

Our hotel had a rooftop deck that had a beautiful view of the harbor and the Ravenel Bridge. It was amazing to sit up there and watch the sunset and the boats come into the harbor. 

We walked almost everywhere, which was amazing since I have to drive everywhere at home. And every street that we walked down had beautiful driveways, porches, and details. The homes in downtown Charleston were breathtaking. I mean how amazing is this brickwork and window boxes. 

All of these historic homes hold so much meaning, can you imagine all the holidays, weddings and celebrations that these homes have seen? One day, I'll take KJ into getting me one of these. 

All of the water around Charleston is beautiful. The waterfront park is a must go to if you visit Charleston, the view from the pier is beautiful. KJ and I just sat in a swing for an hour or so people and boat watching.

Can we also take a moment to talk about how beautiful the College of Charleston Rowing dock is?! It makes me want to go to the CoC and join the rowing team. 

Our hotel was beautifully renovated and decorated. It fit Charleston perfectly! It was in downtown, but it was on the harbor so we were able to be in the middle of everything while also having a beautiful view. 

The Palmetto Suite was beautiful! 16ft ceilings, the exposed brick and a fireplace. It was dreamy. We actually used the fireplace too. Our last night in Charleston, we got caught in a crazy rainstorm and by the time we ate dinner and got back to the hotel we were freezing. So, that made us very thankful for the fireplace!

What are y'alls favorite places in Charleston? Come back tomorrow and I'll share my favorite places that we ate at this time in Charleston!

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