Joan's on Jones B & B
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... that they would probably be mentioned in it. As we were disembarking, Jan asked if they could check out the blog. I gave her the information and left a business card with them in case they had problems finding it.
They were very nice folks, and I’m not just saying that because I invited them to check out our blog. After we were back on the dock we stopped to take a few pictures of the four of us. I hope the rest of your travels are safe and ...
... amp; hurt her shoulder ...do you need a Dr?...yes...we get her out of the shower call the ambulance and have our initial visit to a USA hospital ....all in all we spend about 4 hrs in ER....Deb has broken her arm just where it meets her shoulder, she is released with a sling...and a prescription....I go to the drugstore and am pleased that I can get the " controlled substance"with only her passport 40 ...Percocet are only ...
... of local oysters washed down by with an IPA.
Still feeling hungry we headed off to the Olde Pink House restaurant. An old plantation house dating back over 200 years. The upper levels are a restaurant and the basement has been converted into a moody bar, replete with grand piano. We chose the bar option as no reservation was required and they offered the full restaurant menu.
We were undecided on what to order, so ...
... up covering the whole town before the morning was finished. Savannah's main area isn't overly large.
The rest of today was spent driving to tybee island beach and swimming and relaxing.
Gus and I are in our hotel now, and about to go to a great southern restaraunt here and get a traditional seafood dinner called a low country boil. It's a mixture of shrimp, corn Cobb, potatoes, beef sausages and blue crabs with garlic butter. It's all ...
... We had the crab cake sandwiches and the Low Country burger (has fried oysters on top). Sang a little bit to the music and then shopped in the shops. Just at about sundown another singer started in a central part of the area with a large crowd gathering, seems to be a local performer that has done this for 28 years. Next we found the Salty Dog Cafe and then headed back to the hotel... Latest we've been out in a ...