|In Front of Charleston City Market|
|My Own Room|
The next day, we took a carriage tour, and learned some interesting facts about the history of Charleston and about the buildings and homes. I must go again and tour the beautiful homes. I loved the ironwork, shutters, columns, and porches (piazzas as they're called in Charleston). Notice the red dots on some of the businesses if you're ever in Charleston. There were some architectural details that had to be covered, because of their suggestive nature. It is interesting how the houses of ill-repute were in close proximity of the worship houses. Our guide left me wanting to do research about the colors of the houses on Rainbow Row and about Robert Smalls.
|"Magic" leads us through town toward Phillips Episcopal Church|
|Sweet Grass Basket made the vendor's dad|
|Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge|