We have been stopping in Charleston, SC for several years now…there is just so much to see there. I love the historic district. There are a ton of great restaurants….and lots of great attractions.
The Carolina Cider Company is a REALLY cute country store. Rocking chairs on the porch. Lots of goodies inside, preserves, pickles, jams, cider, locally ground cornmeal; as well as cookbooks, and souvenir items.
We stopped for dinner at the famous Bessinger’s BBQ.
This year we visited Middleton Place, a plantation dating back to the 1755. You can find out all about it here. It is a National Historic Landmark and had the oldest Landscaped Gardens in America!
We took a garden tour and the house tour. Both were extremely informative, and highly recommended, should you plan a visit. Here is one last shot I took with my iPhone and Hipstagram…love the old finish!
Later we drove into Charleston and parked in the historic district. We both love to just wander the streets, many of which have been painstakingly restored. It feels like you have stepped back in time.
I highly recommend Charleston, SC – it is beautiful; full of history; and the people are gracious and welcoming.
Hope you enjoyed this part of my vacation. Thanks for visiting.
Until next time, Connie 🙂