Hope you had a chance to read about our Charleston 1st Anniversary/Babymoon trip, Day 1, here. Let's take a look at what the rest of the weekend held.
We'd pre-order breakfast in our room every morning (included with the cost of the room); this was such a nice treat. I'm a sucker for room service, but the cost is often prohibitive. I was in heaven!
We had plans to meet up with some of John's friends and go out on their boat-- a cool morning had me second guessing, but it ended up being warm and perfect on the water.
We were on the boat all day, and later met up with the same friends at a street festival uptown.
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We grabbed an appetizer and drinks from The Warehouse with them before heading to our dinner reservation at The Macintosh.
We both REALLY enjoyed our meal here- everything we had was delicious. The Macintosh uses fresh ingredients and modifies it's menu daily to reflect whatever is in peak flavor.
On Sunday morning, we walked down to the Battery and through the Charleston Market before heading to King Street for more shopping.
This dress was perfect for the occasion, and one that I can wear postnatal as well. The back is the real kicker.
Any Southern Charm fans out there? The office where JD and Craig work is really close to the Market. We also saw Cooper ride by on his bike, wearing a suit and bowtie, naturally.
Candlefish was on my list of 'must-do's' and it did not disappoint. I had also wanted to visit Candy Shop Vintage, but they were closed Sunday and Monday, so it looked like my beloved Rice Beads were going to have to be ordered rather than bought at the source. Imagine my excitement when we discovered that Candlefish also carries them! I got my gold pair and one of their signature blend candles, Number 59, which includes notes of pine, sandalwood, and leather. This shop reminds me of a more tailored curation of Anthropologie-- I just loved it.
John's dad met up with us and bought Baby Will some little seersucker shorts.
We rested back in the room before heading out to Sullivan's Island for an early dinner at The Obstinate Daughter.
I love this picture of my sweetie; I hope Will gets his blue eyes. We took these two pictures to look at and try to figure which features he will have-- it'll be fun to look back once he's born and pick them out!
Our dinner was fabulous- John had the Pappardelle Pasta dish and I had The Lieutenant Dan pizza- very unique and delicious. I'd highly recommend taking the trip out to check out this spot.
We drove around Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms for a bit before heading back to the room for a nap. We had every intention of taking a late-night ghost tour in town, but ultimately, jimmies and bed won out. We did find Kaminsky's Dessert Cafe, which was only a few blocks away, and brought back some treats to enjoy in our room. It was the perfect, relaxing end to our trip.