charleston photo diary: day two

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my dream home

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rainbow row

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i love that even in september charleston looks like spring (flowers and trees blooming everywhere!)

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walking along the water on the battery

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avenue of oaks at boone plantation

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allie’s summer home in the notebook!

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a wedding had just taken place here:)!

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avenue of oaks

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Above are more photos from my trip to Charleston. After having brunch (stuffed french toast:)) here, my sister and IĀ headed over to Rainbow Row, the colorful houses on East Bay Street. Each one is cuter than the last and you want to take a picture of every single one! I found my dream home, 73 East Bay Street (the very first picture in this post) and it’s even for sale! Only $2 million! Honestly, I can’t decide which I like more – the colorful houses or the brick ones with American flags (everyone is so patriotic in Charleston! and ivy all around them.

Next, we walked along the water on The Battery and then made our way to Waterfront Park. Later that afternoon, we went to Boone Plantation. The mansion on the property served as Allie’s summer home in the movie The Notebook and Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were married on the plantation. There was even a wedding going on the day we were there!

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