|Daughters of Confederacy Museum and beginning of the City Market|
That night we had dinner at Magnolia's.. it was a precious place with amazing southern cuisine.
The next morning we went on a carriage tour around the city. It was pretty entertaining and we saw so many beautiful homes from the 18th century and on.
|Jake & Jan|
|Part of Rainbow Row|
For lunch, we decided on a local place called Cru Cafe. I had a delicious portabello mushroom wrap with Asian slaw as a side. All of our meals were beyond amazing and super fresh. I'd suggest this to anyone visiting Charleston.
|Notice the name of the street = Motley Cru|
We finished the afternoon with a tour of the home shown below. This was Nathaniel Russell's home built in 1808. It was gorgeous and so impressive. I wish I could have taken pictures inside, but no cameras were allowed :(
For our last night of the trip we had a casual dinner at a local Irish Pub, Tommy Condon's. It was a perfect way to end the trip.
|Palmetto Pale Ale - local Charleston beer|
Now it's time to detox from all of the fun over the last week and a half!!