Glimpses of Charleston, Part One
January 12, 2010 by Hannah
My week in Charleston was a relatively quiet one, so I shall leave the photos to do the talking about my time there. I enjoyed it, though, and fell in love with Southern architecture. As a result, I may end up doing a photo post dedicated to little Southern homes… time will tell.
The little girl in me, the one who cried and was miserable for days after reading Gone With The Wind, died a little upon seeing Rhett Butler used to sell gimmicky t-shirts.
Don't kill the Moon Pie! What did it ever to do you? (Besides having a General Store that smelled of cat pee.)
Mmm, Cruncy Shrimp. The best kind of shrimp there is.
Even more than the Christmas decorations and blow-up Santa wafting in the breeze, I liked the little yellow fire hydrant right next door to Charleston's fire station.
St Philip's Church. Now, this is not where I attended a church service on Sunday, but let me tell you this: It is quite difficult to not lie to a pastor while also avoiding telling him that you came to the service as a form of cultural experience, rather than out of religious fervour...
Methinks I will stick to the chocolate, thanks all the same.