Greenville’s Liberty Bridge is a great place to catch a view of the falls on the Reedy River but it’s a marvel in its own right as well.
Greenville’s Falls Park is very impressive by municipal park standards, with elaborate gardens and an impressive suspension bridge. Doubly so when you realize what the area used to look like.
I bet the view from the top floor is amazing.
Charleston is full of churches, so many that it has the nick name Holy City. Among them is the historic Huguenot Church which, while it is not the largest is definitely one of the most distinctive, and I’d say my favorite.
I can’t pinpoint exactly what it is but there’s something very inviting about the iconic Charleston single houses. Maybe it’s the welcoming looking piazzas, or maybe it’s the palmetto’s standing guard.
Very little of the civil war era portions of fort Sumter in Charleston’s harbor exist, but the parts that do give you an impression of how imposing the fort must have been in its day.
From my hotel room window, on a beautiful Sunday morning.
What do you do when in snows in Tennessee? Go to Charleston, SC for the weekend, of course!