Downtown Charleston – Day 5 Part 5

After we were finished with the Aquarium, we decided to visit downtown Charleston.  We found out that in certain areas you can park for free.  Okay, you have only an hour to be parked there.  But not paying anything to park is great.

I have a lot of photos to share so I am not going to share a slideshow like last time.  Plus some of the collages / photos need an explanation.

Bakehouse
 

When we went in 2013, I took a cooking class at a business that has since closed.  Bakehouse Coffee Shop is located near where the business was located.  Since we were back in Charleston, I decided to stop there.  I had the bourbon caramel latte.  Yum!

 

 

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Random Photos of Church Street

 

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St. Phillips Church and the cemetery across the street – The cemetery next to St. Phillip’s Church was under construction so I could not visit that cemetery.

 

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More of St. Phillip’s Cemetery – I love the fact they had random grave markers that just had letters instead of names.  I don’t know what that was about.  I just thought it was neat.

 

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The Circular Church Graveyard – I could not go into the cemetery so I just took photos from the gate.

 

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More random shots of Church Street

 

 

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All about Free Masonry in South Carolina – The building is the area where the first lodge was formed.

 

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The French Huguenot Church

 

St. Michaels
 

St. Michael’s Church – George Washington once worshiped there.

 

 

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More random photos

 

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Dock Theater Courtyard

 

 

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A gentleman working at the Dock Theater brought Hubby and I into the theater.  He showed us this painting and suggested I take a photo of Church Street looking down to St. Phillip’s Church.  Hubby watched out for traffic so I could get the photo.

 

 

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More of the Dock Street Theater

 

Join me next week for more photos of Folly Beach.

Have a magical day,
Traci

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