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Travel Blogs from Savannah
... br> Second stop was a ship chancery which was set up as a bit theatre show. Another bit of harmless fun.
This morning we headed to Forsythe park for a walk and took in all the sights before we jumped on the Trolley for a trip to the Savannah visitor centre and museum. We spent about an hour checking out the museum before we headed off for a late lunch at 'Crystal Beer Parlour'. Whilst enroute the heavens started ...
... There are a number of really cool looking restaurants on the waterfront, but you are paying for the location, and a seafood lunch wasn't to our liking. So we headed up to the market square region of downtown to have a look for some lunch options. We stumbled on to a place that was my second choice for dinner last night if we didn't get into the 'Distillery'. The lunch was really good, and not too large like most of the meals here. I ...
... for 5 minutes. It looked like some sort of protest or something, I don't know - protesting that you can't marry your sister, or that the you can't own 350 guns, but 349 is alright. This is the south after all, and I'm not even going to pretend to understand how they think.
Pretty uneventful drive down here. except when we got to our accommodation, when road works meant that we had to lap the one way streets a couple of times ...
... Afterwards we decided to grab some ice cream at Leopold’s. Leopold’s is a Savannah landmark that served their “VeriBest” ice cream from 1919 until 1969 and then reopened using the same recipes in 2004. A son of one of the three original owners reopened it after a career in Hollywood. The new shoppe was designed by an Academy Award nominated designer using a number of fixtures from the original shop that were kept in storage to ...
... city's historic district. Savannah managed to escape destruction during the American Civil War due to some crafty diplomacy.
I will not bore you with too many details but Wright Square was one of our favorite squares. It was the second one built by Oglethorpe. It has a memorial to Tomochichi, who was the chief of the Yamacraw tribe. Oglethorpe and Tomochichi worked together for the good of both ...
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