Amethyst Inn at Sarah's Garden
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
After a few days in Charleston, we packed up and headed to our next destination on our way home...Savannah. But first, we stopped at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force.
The Eighth Bomber Command (Re-designated 8th AF in February 1944) was activated as part of the United States Army Air Forces January 28, 1942, at Hunter Field in Savannah, Georgia. Brigadier General Ira C. Eaker took the headquarters to England the next ...
... is 21 beautiful squares which are part of the original plan and are havens of green with large live oaks, of course covered with Spanish moss, and surrounding original mansions, a number of which you can visit. Some of the squares are full of life too, cafes, restaurants. Savannah definitely has more of a good coffee scene that Charleston. We visited 3 mansions, 2 that were interesting and well restored and one that was frankly a rip off - The Sorrell-Weed ...
... it's sails open. We then had a little walk around the town, it's really very nice with lots of Spanish influence still remaining, they claim it is the oldest continually occupied town in America, from 1565. We then went to the fort, the oldest masonry fort in America it has been there since 1672, the first original wooden fort was destroyed by Sir Francis Drake in 1586. The whole town had passed between the Spanish & English (although the French were the ...
there were no grits (fine by us!). After
we all appeared to be done at the trough, lol, they brought out dessert…banana
bread pudding or cherry cobbler! Needless to say, we did not have dinner that
evening!! We did, however, have cocktails and met a great couple at Jazz’d
Tapas lounge. Kathy and John Kelley from Kentucky, we actually spent 2 of our
evenings getting to know them and have all decided we will be keeping in touch