Monday, February 8, 2010

{Weekend Pics}


Check out some of the pics from my wonderful weekend in Charleston, SC. You can't beat the southern charm, fantasic food (Charleston gave Maryland a run for their money - we had the best she crab soup and crabcakes ever), shopping on King Street, and of course RENT was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G.
Charleston 1a
{We took LOTS of pictures at the RENT cast's beach house - we missed you Laura. Additionally, you can't help not taking pictures of the horse (and donkey) and carriages as well as the beautiful palm trees}
Charleston 1b
{I just love these bikes that are at everywhere in Charleston - I want one! The Mills House was lovely - thank you PS. Aren't my parents the cutest?? Before we went to see RENT, we went to Fleet Landing Restaurant for dinner. I had the best crabcakes, mashed potatoes, and collard greens - ever. If you're ever in Charleston, I beg you to check this restaurant out - great food, great prices, and located on the water.}
Charleston 1c
{As we were walking around on King Street, we happened to see the RENT flyer hanging in a store front and had to take a pic. Here is my famous sister with a couple of her castmates "Angel" and "Mark" - whoa - amazing talent!! I wish I had pics of the rest of the cast - a big shout out to Brett and Jen, you guys are fab - had so much fun with you!}
Charleston 1d
{The RENT stage - and then brunch at Lost Dog Cafe - mmmm....shrimp and grits - so southern, so yum-o}

I hate that the weekend is over, but we have a TON of memories and pictures to last us a life time.
Final Signature


  1. These pictures look fab. I'm so sad I couldn't be there, I would've loved every minute of it. I'm glad you all enjoyed yourselves!!! :)

  2. Looks like you had a blast in Charleston, I love that place! Have you ever eaten at SNOB? If not, you must try it next time :)


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