City Market was the place that the slaves were brought and sold. Today it's a large market for handmade goods, art, clothing and jewelry.
The hardest part about going downtown is finding a parking place. After driving around and around we finally found a spot at where else, a church. This city is nicknamed "the Holy city".
Then of course we walked to the Market. The main thing that I wanted to look at were the handmade reed baskets. I was wanting to buy one but the ones that I liked were $195. Too rich for my blood. Even the tiny bowls were $40-$60. I changed my mind, I would just enjoy looking at them and watching them being made.
We leave tomorrow for Savannah. We had a great time here and could probably spend another week exploring. She is a beautiful city.