Immediately upon entering and driving around, I fell in love with Charleston. We stayed at an Air BNB that had kayaks which you could take out and paddle all the way to the harbor. It was absolutely stunning. If you are in the area and have the opportunity to kayak, I would totally suggest it.
We saw hawks, lots of water birds, little fish jumping, crabs, clams, and all sorts of other sea creatures. I had a blast paddling with my mom and the scenery was incredibly beautiful.
There is also a park that houses the absolutely beautiful Angel Oak Tree. It is a short drive from Charleston to James Island, but this free attraction is totally worth it. The tree itself is enormous, it would be a fantastic spot for a picnic. The only thing that would have made it better is if they would allow people to climb it…. or maybe swing. A swing here would be perfection.
The food scene in Charleston is incredible. There are so many options I could have stayed for a month and not had a chance to try all the restaurants on my list. There are three places that stick out as clear front runners of the places I was able to eat.
Fleet’s Landing was set out on a dock right beside the waterfront park. Not only was the atmosphere delightful.
The old south