Evening Stroll in Charleston

….is a very romantic thing to do. We discovered the Philadelphia Alley, a lovely, red-brick alley-way between Cumberland and Queen Streets. Tiny baby ferns peeked between the brick and cobbles. It was quiet, it was historical, it was charming, it was an unexpected pleasure.

Brian and I walked around the graveyard at St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church, and then down Cumberland towards Waterfront Park. Spent some time looking out at the harbor, saw a huge tanker by Ft. Sumter, then was struck by the 4 sail tall ship on the horizon. I don’t know where it was going, but it was beautiful in the dusky evening.

We stopped at Bocci’s on the way back to the car for a quiet dinner in a corner table. Great food, beautiful location, and great conversation. A wonderful ending on a long, hectic day.


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