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... that would always be rung whenever there was a fire or emergency or when a town meeting was being called.
We got back on the trolley and went to Bay Street for lunch. We stopped in at Grill & Cantina. Beautiful food and massive margaritas. I needed a little help from Barry to finish this one.
After a long lunch, we went down to River Street to do some shopping. We found ...
... there was a few holes in the canvas awning, we better move inside. Just as we sat at our new table, there was a huge bolt of lightning and m************ of thunder and it was on. The wind started, the rain started and we had a full on storm. People out on the balcony scattered as they were getting soaked. By the time they were all settled inside, the storm was over. There was lots of puddles and little ...
... night and it was only Friday. We were calling the State parks on the hour every hour just hoping for a cancellation but were coming up with nothing. Becca recommended Blue Spring State park in Florida which is a manatee refuge where a group of manatees come every year during the winter season. Since we could not find a place in The Keys and thought it would be cool to camp with Manatees we said our thank yous and goodbyes and headed out for Blue Spring State Park.
... story in the movie. There is no actual bus stop on the square and the bench used in the movie is now housed in a museum in Savannah.
As many of you can attest, I could go on forever, but I won't. Savannah was worthy of much more time. It is full of incredible architecture and historical significance. You could spend a week here and barely scratch the surface.
On to St. Augustine.
Savannah was beautiful and unlike any city that we had ever been to. It reminded me of all the movies or documentaries that depicted the old south. There is not necessarily a ton to do, it is more of a place to just be. There are boulevards in the middle of the streets with trees and flowers. There are all these beautiful little parks. They are like postage stamps every eighth of a mile whether you are traveling north-south or east-west. ...
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