Now, back to the trip....After checking in to the hotel, the search for food began. This time the search for the perfect restaraunt was absolutely fulfilled. We ate at the famous Sticky Fingers restaraunt--which lots of famous people like George Bush have praised (we agree with him on the ribs, not politics). The restaraunt search was like many before--lots of searching, poor hungry Joseph waiting, and no success in site. Then, I said "That's it" when I saw Sticky Fingers, which I recognized from an advertisement. When I pointed down a street, what Marc saw was the Hooters that was down the same street. He thought his wife had been captured by aliens! But, Sticky Fingers turned out to be perfect, an Joseph still enjoys the name.
The next morning, we headed to downtown Charleston and walked the Museum Mile, The Market, The Battery... It was wonderful. And really, really cold.
Joseph was helping Mr. Bear walk with us in Charleston. Adorable, yet painfully slow!
I think this is the only picture we have of the two of us from the entire trip.
Marc and Joseph in front of a replica of the first submarine, the Hunley, which has a tragically fascinating history. In this pictureDo you love how Joseph has to stand independently? He is his father's son.
Charleston was really a charming city. I can't wait to go back.
February 23-24, 2009