Historic Charleston is best seen on foot and it rewards walkers with remarkable and memorable sights. My favorite place to roam was Church Street, and I've been told that it got its name from St. Philips Church, which was built in 1710. It is one of the original streets in the first plan of Charleston, drafted in 1672. It is not a street to be overlooked by visitors because of its beauty and historical homes. Peeking through one of the gates, I saw this lovely rouge car parked on a small carport at one of the lovely homes.