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Travel Blogs from Charleston
... a huge pastry case, and I knew we were in my kind of joint. It was southern cuisine that included shopping shelves and refrigeration units that had a diversity of all things Mediterranean including San Marzano sauces, Greek, and Turkish delights. Hhhmmm, I miss being a foodie. That morning I had exactly what I had been dreaming of - shrimp and grits. This trip was starting off really well.
From breakfast we headed to the site that started it ...
... by the city hall was Washington Square built to honor our first President, George Washington who had made several trips to the city.
Our walk would take us down toward the southern point of the city to the White Point gardens. Walking thru the garden with its magnificent trees that formed a canopy that seemed to shelter and protect the entire gardens, we enter the very southern shoreline called The Battery. From here we could look out across the harbor to Ft. Sumpter. ...
... that I had tasted earlier in the week (yum, yum!). Sara wanted to stop by a couple shops and purchase an item or two. We parked near the harbor and saw a Carnival cruise ship in port!
After finishing up the shopping our next destination was Folly Beach. We had hoped to arrive later in the afternoon for lunch, shopping, and then hit the beach late in the afternoon when the sun wasn't so strong. So upon arriving at Folly Beach, we checked out a couple lunch ...
... We stopped in torrential downpours at Camping World to see about getting better roof vents, ones that you can leave open without letting the rain come in. Perfect, they have them and it will take 30 minutes to have them installed and they can do it now! Can't believe our luck so we said go ahead, unhooked the camper in the rain and waited.......and waited......and waited. Good thing Chris packed a lunch because we were over 3 hours!!! ...
... Hubee Ds
and it was delicious. We each got the junior chicken tender basket.
For $5.50 you got 2 chicken tenders, a bunch of fries, coleslaw and
cornbread. The tenders were just delicious and the cornbread was so
sweet and moist. They had lots of dipping sauces to choose from and
free boiled peanuts to sample. Renee and I sampled and we did not
like. For dessert, we got the fried banana pudding and that was just