Saturday, February 2, 2013

The LIttle RV Visits Historic Charleston

Of all the photos we took today, and trust me there a lot, this is my favorite.  The black iron work and the beautiful white mansion against the blue sky is stunning to me. 





















This morning we got up early and went to see the sights in Charleston.  This historic district is packed with beautiful old churches, mansions, museums and shops.  There are cobblestone streets, beautiful old trees lining those streets.  The area is not very large and when looking at the map below, the top section appears to be plagued by extreme poverty while everything below smacks of great wealth.  We spent most of our day in the orange and blue sections taking hundreds of photos.

































Unfortunately I didn't remember to get the names of the mansions but enjoy the photos.
Trinity Methodist Church, founded 1791



Charleston Churches




















Charleston Fire Engine

Beautiful Blue Sky Behind Charleston Church



I feel like this one should be in New Orleans
Private residence on Meeting Street
Charleston Post Office

Beautiful Details




















The weather was in the low 60s and there was not a cloud in the sky.  It was one of the nicest days I've had in a very long time. 

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    1. It really was a beautiful visit. We just arrived and set up in Savannah. More pictures to come!

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