Azalea Inn & Gardens
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and Hawks/Giants and Packers games.
Thought we might spend a week here but tomorrow, we will drive back to Edisto Island to spend the week at the quiet state park on the beach relaxing and re-energizing before the next phase. It's more isolated and relaxed. This place is pretty but a little too upscale for our budget and too many people. My aren't we just turning into the recluses?
Here are some photos from our stay.
Breakfast at Denny’s – Wayne, our server, asks us if we’d like regular or what sounds like "bowl" coffee. We ask if he could repeat the question and we’re still puzzled – Harvey says “well, we’re not from around here” – ...
... are purchased which was once a superintendent's cottage built in 1917 and restored to its original state in 1997. Sheree sat in the motorhome and continued to gaze down the long allee of over 400 arching live oak trees hung with Spanish moss, making a soft green tunnel. They were planted to commemorate the birth of a son that would be an heir to take over the plantation a couple of hundred years before. Sheree thought this looked ...
... further if the leak got worse.
That said, as usual, we got up very, very early the next morning. In fact, we got up before it was daylight. We were not alone in that several other boats had the same idea and had left even earlier than us. Evidently the tides and currents were taken quite seriously in this part of the country. We made a smooth exit all by ourselves and were quite pleased with our ever improving seamanship. We really thought we were going to need help due to ...
... say that they didn't have any pot pies or anything much topical on order unless you count fun-sized margarita pitchers... which I do. An hour or two later it was safe to say that our day was just about over and that ended day one in Savannah.
Day two in Savannah started much like day two in NOLA... at about 2 PM. I decided to walk over to the Savannah History Museum and the Georgia Railroad Museum (the two facilities are ...