Azalea Inn & Gardens
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... alongside Liverpool, the world cotton price was set. An old tram still runs along the waterfront (for free) so we caught it to reduce sweat levels. We ate lunch at the Crab Shack for some local seafood and then for back on the trolley tour. The architecture is beautiful with the Historic town containing beautiful homes from the 1700s and on. They are beautifully preserved and combined with the oaks, Spanish Moss and ...
... but not a burger or a fry to be seen... Never have we stared at a menu at a fast food joint for so long not sure what to do!
Back on the road again, we were a little confused when sat nav was stating we had 5 minutes to get to our hotel, yet there was not sign of a building, let alone a city. Needles to say, we made our hotel in 5 minutes. It is quite an engineering feat the Americans have achieved to hide cities from all view of ...
... and my tuna salad was ****, Nathan and Karen both got lasagne that tasted like liquorice!! **** choice Karen!!That night we travelled to Raleigh, literally had dinner and went to the hotel, seen nothing of the city. Dinner was a frigging aaahhmaazing buffet, pretty much anything you want it was there!! Now we are making our way to Washington for the last 3 nights of the tour, I can't believe it's nearly over already, these last 23 days have just flown by!!
... it to be and it was the perfect weather to do it.
Afterwards Kasia and I wandered through Colonial Park Cemetery while Kara and Adhara checked out the fountain in Forsyth Park. We wandered back over to the main little shopping strip and enjoyed some delicious honey almond and chocolate chew cones from Leopold's and then went next door for some honey-infused wine tasting at Savannah Bee. We bought ourselves a nice bottle of wine (which ...
... is a big Labor Day celebration going on here this weekend which also coincides with the start of college football, a real dose of American culture. Dinner tonight at two venues; Bernies for a dozen oysters, fresh but too big to have much flavour, followed by ribs at the pub Moon River (Johnny Mercer was a Savannah native). Everyone is exceedingly polite and the waiters are well worth the tips they ...