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... kinds of tea are not from different kinds of plants but from different lengths of drying times and other parts of the process that are different. Black tea, oolong tea and green tea are all from the same leaves and have the same kinds and amounts of nutrients. End of the myth that green tea is better for you! They are all equally good.
Next we got on a trolley and went on a tour of the fields and the greenhouse. We ...
... Kinston until the 26th. It's the 19th! Oh well, as soon as we get home we'll go downtown and pay it.
Our plan was to go to Tybee Island for a bit and then wander around Savannah saving the trolley tour until tomorrow. As we were riding down the highway a ramp was closed by police and as I looked over I saw a horde of people and then realized that people were lined up for a parade. Gypsy took us downtown into Savannah ...
... with food (hot and cold)- offering choices of Alaskan snow crabs legs ,fresh shrimps, Oyster Rockerfella, Scallops, Prime rib, salads barbecue ribs, and loads of big chunks of salmon and Mahimahi (oh gee, we should have been walking back to Norfolk). THEN dessert to follow with as many choices.
Our last day in Norfolk- and SOOO much to see..... a water day we decided, and headed for the waterfront on foot. Nauticus ...
... Lincoln during the midst of the war. Walked down along the river pass jazz musicians and Christian rock bands to an old oyster bar crammed into the basement of a huge old cotton warehouse. Had a feed. Walked up past where the opening scene of Forrest Gump was filmed to a strip of bars. Bought a couple of Pabsts, walked down the strip. Live music playing, people dancing on the street, shared the same vibes of New Orleans. Back at the motel the room ...
... back along the highway about 1/4 mile to retrieve poor little Chantee. WHEW! She survived unscathed and not a speck of dirt on her. Good thing we were driving in the right hand lane, otherwise she might have met her match under a Mac truck's tires. We're so sorry, Chantee, but boy did your long, pretty pink braid look beautiful flying through the air!
She now has a VERY secure seat with an upside down view out the front window and she loves it. ...