Remnants of a grand past: Beautiful Old Buildings in Charleston

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC

Charleston SC


12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. salpal1
    Jul 02, 2014 @ 08:06:00

    beautiful shots of the grand old buildings in Charleston!


    • jenyjenny
      Jul 02, 2014 @ 08:12:43

      Thank you, I would love to find out some of the history of those places…they have a “ghost tour,” bet it’s amazing.


      • salpal1
        Jul 02, 2014 @ 08:23:24

        I bet it is! We were there in April, and went on a few tours, but not that one. After a while, it seemed like the tour guides were all telling us the same old stories. Btu I think maybe the ones they don’t tell are as interesting. Have you read Sue Monk Kidd’s recent book, The Invention of Wings? It is set in Charleston, and the house in which the main character lives is still there. It is interesting.

      • jenyjenny
        Jul 02, 2014 @ 10:08:14

        No, thanks for mentioning it! I am looking forward to “Wings”! I love Sue Monk Kidd!

      • salpal1
        Jul 02, 2014 @ 10:37:42

        me, too, and this book is great. I didn’t realize it was based on a real person until the end when she thanked the people who currently own the house for giving her access. 🙂

  2. Russ L
    Jul 02, 2014 @ 08:06:39

    Great food too!


  3. ethgran
    Jul 02, 2014 @ 09:52:48

    Gorgeous little city! We briefly drove through it on one of our trips down to Florida and back, years ago and I have been hankering to go back ever since. The one day we went into Baltimore, I forgot to bring my camera or I would have some nice pix of some beautiful churches and such. Went to the Walter’s Art Museum but the floor I really wanted to see (1900 Century Art) was closed for renovation. Guess I will just have to go back sometime. ;o]


  4. KerryCan
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 05:38:10

    I haven’t been to Charleston in years but your photos remind how beautiful it is. I love those side porches to catch the breeze.


  5. Anny
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 18:16:49

    Your pictures are fabulous! We took the ghost tour several years ago and it was fascinating. I see you have “orbs” in your last picture. 🙂


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