Day 17: Charleston

Saturday,  September 21, 2013

The Charleston Visitors Center is not an easy place to find.  When we finally find it, the woman at the desk agreed that it could be easier.  We suggest the first thing to do is to cut back the tree that covers the sign pointing to it!  Moving on, it is cool to house it in an old grain elevator.

We wind up on a bus tour because my dear husband talked me into seeing more of Charleston this way than in a horse drawn carriage.  Sadly, he’s right.

Beautiful example of wrought iron artistry

Beautiful example of wrought iron artistry

The “Talk of the Towne” tour guide, Alan, was a Literature major and loves to read.  He rattled off so many facts that were gleaned from accounts of the Civil War, Charleston and the South.

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