I spent a few days in Charleston during spring break, and I had the best time! It was filled with relaxation, amazing food, yummy drinks, and lots of laughs. I'm hoping to move to Charleston a year or two post-grad, so it was fun imagining where I'd live and my daily activities in one of my favorite cities! Here are some of the highlights:
I started off the trip with one of my favorites, shrimp and grits, with a strawberry daiquiri.
We went bar hopping that night, and it was a blast! A yummy brunch at Eli's Table was very necessary the next morning. I had the Crab Cake Benedict with cheese grits. SO delicious!
Later that day, we went to the slave market and walked back to our hotel. I know you can't tell, but this is a gorgeous, old church in the city, surrounded by trees and a pretty gate. The church was eye-level to the sidewalk, and I thought it was just gorgeous, so I had to snap a picture.
We also spent a lot of time at Folly Beach. I'm trying to convince a family member to buy a beach house there! It was so peaceful and beautiful outside.
On our last night, I had drinks and dinner with sorority sisters at Fleet Landing, which is right on the water. I enjoyed a Blue Moon at the outdoor bar, before heading inside.
You could see the U.S. Custom House from the bar and I thought it was so beautiful with the sun setting at night.
Inside, I enjoyed this amazing seafood pasta with another Blue Moon.
It was a fabulous trip, and I can't wait to go back next month! Happy Tuesday, y'all!
Miss Southern Prep