Historic Charleston

I am continuing to love Charleston and all that it has to offer. I cannot get enough of the gorgeous houses so sorry for the overload of front doors that I'm about to post! Today we walked to Black Tap Coffee, which is right down the road from where we are staying then we strolled around the city, visited a few churches and museums, before our lunch reservation at Husk. While I did thoroughly enjoy my food at Husk, there wasn't much on the menu that I could eat. I don't eat red meat and I am honestly not an adventurous eater at all, so I stuck to the salad on the menu, while my sister got the Quail and my mom got the Shrimp & Grits, which is a signature dish here in Charleston. After lunch, we came back to the apartment and relaxed for a bit (I took a nap, I've taken a nap every day that we have been here, I am truly living the good life right now!) before setting off to do a bit more exploring and shopping on King Street. 

Tomorrow, which is sadly our last day here, we are going on a guided walking tour around the historic section of the city and then having lunch at 167 Local (which I've heard is AMAZING). Then I am planning on meeting up with a few high school friends who live down here now! 

xo Molly