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Charleston!

February 4, 2013

My mom and I had the best time in Charleston this weekend–it was seriously a fantastic trip and I keep finding myself thinking about when I can possibly go back. We managed to make the two days we spent there a perfect mix of historic sight-seeing (home tours, the Charleston Museum, a walk to the Battery), eating (particularly dinner at Husk, which I’ll be posting about tomorrow, breakfast at Hominy Grill and treats from Caviar & Bananas and Wildflour Pastry) and shopping (hello, King Street stores!).

Actually, I’ll be posting about our trip most of this week, so if you’re interested in hearing about Charleston from a tourist-y perspective, stay tuned. But first: How were your weekends? How are your weeks going so far?

See you back here tomorrow. xoxo

Photo: My own, of beautiful white camellias in bloom outside Calhoun Mansion on Meeting Street.


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    Food Relationships Style Travel

    Charleston!

    February 4, 2013

    My mom and I had the best time in Charleston this weekend–it was seriously a fantastic trip and I keep finding myself thinking about when I can possibly go back. We managed to make the two days we spent there a perfect mix of historic sight-seeing (home tours, the Charleston Museum, a walk to the Battery), eating (particularly dinner at Husk, which I’ll be posting about tomorrow, breakfast at Hominy Grill and treats from Caviar & Bananas and Wildflour Pastry) and shopping (hello, King Street stores!).

    Actually, I’ll be posting about our trip most of this week, so if you’re interested in hearing about Charleston from a tourist-y perspective, stay tuned. But first: How were your weekends? How are your weeks going so far?

    See you back here tomorrow. xoxo

    Photo: My own, of beautiful white camellias in bloom outside Calhoun Mansion on Meeting Street.


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    Pink O’Clock is licensed under a creative commons license. }

    • Reply
      Julie // Bound
      February 5, 2013 at 12:00 am

      I’ve been wanting to visit Charleston for a while! I’m looking forward to these posts 🙂

      • Reply
        Megan
        February 5, 2013 at 1:05 am

        Thanks, Julie! I just LOVED it there. Can’t wait to go back.

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      nanne
      February 5, 2013 at 12:37 am

      alabamian transplanted to the midwest who is so missing her camellias!!

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        Megan
        February 5, 2013 at 1:05 am

        Aw! Aren’t camellias the best? Sending you a virtual bouquet!

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      eileen ragan | leanerbythelake.com
      February 6, 2013 at 2:13 pm

      coming to you from JBound! i’m loving your spot, here. Must say that I’ve been to Charleston and had the exact same reaction. We went in January when it is lovely and warm while the entire northern part of the country is blanketed in one big icicle. Such a lovely spot that feels southern AND European. two great things put together.

      will be adding you to my RSS and look forward to stopping by more often.

      -eileen

      http://leanerbythelake.com

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