My trip to California was a month long, and this was one of the many visits I made to different areas of the city. WHen I was at the Walk of Fame on Hollywood boulevard, I just couldn't believe I was there. Experience only!
My favorite place for taking pics of my girl! I took this one summer 2012. Great beach near historical Savannah, GA. Don't miss The Crab Shack restaurant located halfway from Savannah and Tybee Island for the best seafood you'll find out there!
This is one of the main buildings in Charleston, and one of the oldest markets in the country. In 1788, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney gave the land for the purpose of building a market. At first, it sold meat, vegetables and fish, with marble slabs used to keep the fresh produce from going off. After numerous disasters ... fires, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, and bombings ... it has been renovated since the 1970's, and today you can buy crafts like handmade baskets, herbs, soaps, etc. The old brick still remains, and it's a lively, bustling area.
Falls park is nothing short of amazing! The falls were covered up by streets and commerce many years ago, but the city finally decided it was too beautiful to stay covered up and Falls Park was born! The suspension bridge is the second of it's kind ever built. It is not just a way to get across the river, but provides an amazing view right in the middle of downtown Greenville.
Shops, restaurants, and grassy areas to picnic or read line the banks of the river. Children cool off in the sidewalk fountains or dip their toes in the stream. No swimming allowed, and no boating over the falls! Watch out for the geese as well as they have become aggressive from being fed; which is also not allowed in the park.