Just the other weekend my husband and I made a weekend trip to South Carolina to visit my cousins and their sweet husbands.
Here's a few highlights from our Saturday afternoon spent in Downtown Greenville...
We made a stop at a beautiful little cafe called Luna Rosa. The service was wonderful and if it hadn't been a chilly December afternoon I'm sure we would have followed our meal with scoops of their gelato- it looked so sweet and delicious! Next trip, if it's warm weather, I'm making a point to try their Strawberry Shortcake Gelato.
I thought this mug was just about the coolest coffee mug ever with it's shape and handy grip. Very IKEA in my opinion.
My cousins- they are gracious southern women.
After lunch we hit the town walking again.
They have one of the most beautiful parks I've ever seen right there in the city. I liked it even more than Central Park in NYC. And the best part about it is that's it's a completely revitalized park. It was once a questionable park, a place you wouldn't want to be after dark. But now it's a charming place to be, revitalized and abuzz with locals out for an afternoon at the park.
There is definitely a great artsy vibe in Downtown Greenville, including this little area on a side of a building that looked simply meant for photographs.
What are your favorite southern cities? I definitely want to discover some more!