Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... there was dark chocolate sauce, white chocolate sauce and sea salt caramel sauce. It was great! We were stuffed. We waddled off to check out historical Savannah amidst the raindrops.We got reservations for a carriage tour and killed a little time shopping before. The Savannah Bee Company was awesome and we went twice until Melis realized that most of the products and coconut or pecans as an ingredient.:( we got peach sangria 'to go'. At the Cafe Bar' to take on our ride. We walked up ...
... who immigrated to the US from Greece. They had learned the art of candy and dessert making from an uncle and they perfected their recipes and the rest, as they say, is history.
Well, back to the point. After we got off the tour boat Cheryl and I headed out to find Leupold’s. It was only a few blocks away but when we turned the corner there was a long line of people waiting to get it. It was a bit warm in the sun and one of the employees ...
Monday-we meet r first guide Ruth ..she is a fireball!..& so knowledgeable lunch at " aw shucks" ..seafood,of course..followed by a bus tour of the city.
At noon we walk to Charleston Cooks! a cooking school/store - where a very southern
speaking chef prepares (and entertains us) our lunch - a 'risotto' type rice dish with tomatoes,
peppers, and mahi-mahi and buttermilk tarts with a pastry made ...
... 8211; we choose Chinese - called "New China" – a small takeout place with two tables – family run – they’re speaking Mandarin and the children are doing their homework. Harvey speaks a little Mandarin with the wife – and for a short time we sit and observe and talk ...
... my good friend Amy S. who used to live in Savannah. They were spot on - Kelly had the Special Platter (various seafoods in low country boil) and I had the deviled crabs which were delicious! I ate most of Kelly's stone crab and snow crab too! Delicious! Very messy but they had a sink to wash in right out by the tables!
Back to Savannah, then a walk on River Street. We went to the River House Inn to have a ...