Jan 16, 2014

Less Than 24 Hours in Charleston, South Carolina

After two nights in Savannah, we headed to Charleston, South Carolina to wrap up our Thanksgiving holiday. We had less than 24 hours to explore the city, so we tried to see a lot of it on foot.

Here is our trip in photographs:

On the road again

Charleston Harbor

Sean Brock's Husk Restaurant
Bread basket, Wood-fired Coosaw Cups with green garlic butter and meyer lemon, Stuffed Quail and Corn Bread

Husk Cheeseburger

French Huguenot Church in the French Quarter


Arthur Ravenel Bridge

Pineapple Fountain at Waterfront Park

Houses on Rainbow Row

Fort Sumnter

Edmondstron-Alston House

Still strange to see Confederate monuments

Battery and White Point Gardens

Pork belly buns and xo ramen from CO Restaurant

Christmas tree in Marion Square

It's beginning to look a lot this Christmas!

I had a great time visiting these two great American cities! I hope to be able to return to them someday. 

Don't forget to check out parts 12, 3 and 4 of my road trip!

76 Queen Street
Charleston, SC 29401

340 King Street
Charleston, SC 29401


  1. Breath-taking photos and great write-up!! Charleston is one of my favorite places on the entire earth, and I'm going back in April with my family on spring break. You just made the countdown a lot tougher!! Thanks for the restaurant ideas, too - haven't been to those yet! And I love your Marion Square Christmas lights shot and the one of the two of you! Happy almost-end-of-the-week! ;)

    1. Thank you for visiting the blog and commenting, Cindy! I really loved Charleston and had all too little time there. Have a great time with your family in the spring!

  2. i love reading about your adventures. Your photography is splendid!

  3. Thank you for the nice compliment. I am glad that you and others enjoy the stories that I tell. It makes updating this blog worth it!