If the weather cooperates the historic district is a gem, even if you don't like the touristy side of it. It's much more laid back than Charleston, it's nice that you can sit on a bench in a square and drink a coffee or eat a sandwich.
the older buildings are attractive well kept and the gardens are nice if you peer over a fence line.
About the only thing that detracts from the experience is it seems you're always on the hunt for a public restroom.. there are not that many in the district and you will get panhandled a bit.
Nothing like a big city , but expect to get popped at least one time per day. They are mostly polite about it. But I'm sure they'd like more restrooms too.
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