TGS took a trip to Charleston on Tuesday, November 5. We arrived just in time to tour the College of Charleston. It was fun to learn the legend of the Cistern and watch a frat boy get dunked on a chilly November morning with our guide, a C of C sophomore from Massachusetts. Afterwards, the students followed Mr. Razzi as he ambled to the Dock Street Theater. We paused only to scarf down our food in a nearby park or on the front steps of the theater. Then, we sat down in the historic Dock Street Theater to watch Sherlock Holmes. As always with this great detective, the plot was complex but the problems were all solved by the end. Our last adventure of the day was a visit to the Gibbes Art Museum, where a docent talked to us about elements of art using the collection. Sadly, we had to tear ourselves away from the Civil War photography exhibit to be back in Georgetown on time. We look forward to our next foray in Charleston where everyone agrees we will have a sit down meal together.