We checked into River Street Inn for a night. I have never seen such a beautiful city before. I was overwhelmed by all the timeless buildings. The bricks, the iron rails, light fixtures, door knobs and locks, and the antique furniture took my breath away. I went to this city expecting to visit Wormsloe Historic Site. Which we did not make it to due to all the rain. Instead, I discovered the most loveliest shop, The Paris Market and Brocante. I fell in love! It just screamed my name. We started off with my favorite, a hot cup of tea. – Afghani Chai tea -no sugar, no milk- and a vanilla macaroon.
After I had my cup of tea, I went exploring downstairs. All the antiques galore was just too much. I wanted everything there! But I did purchase four fine tea saucers and a pretty candlestick. And t-shirts for the little ones back at home. The atmosphere of the place was welcoming, and the staff were all very kind. Honestly, it was really really hard for me to leave. My sisters had to drag me out of there. I have to go back!
P.S. This was a sisters trip. You won’t see me pictured at all, just my sweet younger sisters. I documented the whole trip and no ghostly encounters happened. Thank goodness!