Charleston SC Day 2

No sunrise picture today – slept in, needed 10 hours of sleep. Took the 11AM shuttle to West Marine, which was over a non-bikeable bridge and very far away.
There was a Harris Teeter grocery store in the same plaza – very nice store. Also went to the Bank of America in the plaza to get some cash.
After the harrowing experience of my anchor dragging in Beaufort SC, at West Marine I bought 30 feet of 3/8 chain (really big for my boat), and some shackles.
At Harris Teeter, I bought a load of bread and a rotisserie chicken.
Found this really great place – went there later.
On Calhoun Street across from a large statue of Calhoun.
This was the South Carolina Military Academy – right behind the Calhoun statue.
And a big church with a tall spire next to it.
Went down to the port – this was the original opening to the port.
The industrial district, which they have re-purposed.
The beginning of the City Market – this time I walked through the whole Market.
Above the beginning of the Market is the Confederate Museum
Another shot of the inside of the City Market.
After the City Market, I went back to the Carolina Ale House – and had an IPA from a North Charleston brewery.
Next, I started my Brewery tour – went to Palmetto Brewery.
From the inside, you go to the actual bar.
Really nice in here.
Got a mango IPA – very good, not too sweet. And look at my new hat – got that at the City Market, Irish right?
This is what they advertise – is it right?
Next, the Revelry Brewery.
Went to the upper deck – great view!
What I got was the Pass the ???, a beer with real CDB – unlike the G13 which just tasted like that.
There is the beer with a brochure they put out about the Charleston breweries.
The view from the upper deck of the cool bridge, but from the side.
Where they brew the beer.