On our final full day of Charleston it was my birthday!! I went over to my parents hotel to have breakfast. We decided to leave downtown and explore other areas of Charleston. One of the many things I wanted to do when visiting was to go to a plantation. We could probably spend a whole week just visiting plantations, but there was one in particular that I really wanted to go to, The Boone Hall Plantation.
Our second day in Charleston (read first day here), we decided to do some more exploring. I had a list of things to see and today was the day to do it. First we took a carriage ride through the historical homes and The Battery. It was pretty cool to learn about what buildings went through the wars, the detailing of the houses and why they were made that way, and how the town has change throughout the years. I knew Charleston was a historic town, but I had no idea how much history was still left in the streets and homes. Pretty cool to see! The houses are gorgeous and huge, giving me major #goals.
A few weeks ago I fell in love. It was my first time visiting Charleston and everything about the southern city was beyond my dreams. I have been dying to go to Charleston for years now. For a city I have never been to, I was sure obsessed with it. I swooned over every colorful, charming picture that graced my Instagram feed. Finally I had enough of day dreaming about walking around the southern city and decided to go. And what better way to visit my favorite city than during my birthday. The whole week was perfect and my hotel… I didn’t want to leave. Cute as can be!
At the end of August I am traveling to Charleston, SC for the first time ever! I am SO excited to visit the charming southern city. I have been dying to go there for a few years now. I am staying at Zero George, which was highly recommended to me through friends and other bloggers. It is a boutique hotel that just looks so chic and cute! I have been told multiple times from people that I should move to Charleston, they could see me living there. And even though I have never been there it actually is on my life agenda to move there after NYC for a year or two. You never know, I may visit in August and stay…..