Joan's on Jones B & B
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Stopped at Beaufort on the way to our destination of Savannah. This Lowcountry region had been subject to numerous European explorations and several aborted attempts at colonization before the British successfully founded the city in 1711. The Gullah are known for preserving more of their African linguistic and cultural heritage than any other …
... were really enjoying themselves. Meanwhile we pondered the menu, looked at the pouring rain and drank the insipid beer. There was no where to go, we were their captive audience. We ordered, and in all fairness the meal was good The bartenders had to now become amused by their jobs as more guests realised they would have no escape without a car and a sober driver. When we were ready to pay the bill it proved impossible as the storm had knocked out the internet connection and even ...
Our day started with packing our luggage. We went to the historic district for breakfast. We ate at Huey's on the River. Tracy got the turkey mushroom sandwich with sweet potato fries. The sandwich looked more like a hot pocket. Tracy thinks it could have used a little kick, but was still good. I had the pontchartrain omelette with cheese grits. It had a delicious spinach artichoke sauce inside of it. We ...
... surrounding area--and with no golfing plans. Georgia is truly a magical land, and Savanah seems to be the tip of the magic wand. Caryn is so smart, she discovered a tourist company with the name of "Old Town Trolley Tours". Come to find out later, they are nationwide in most major tourist cities. Our venture included customer pickup via private auto, Trolly tour rides throughout the entire city of Savanah, and return trip to the State Park--all for ...
I had some long overdue things to do such as my tax return so I took full advantage of the fast wifi, and knocked it out as quick as I could. Nothing like getting free money from the government to make me feel better. I asked for late check out and chilled in the hotel until it was time to go to the bus station. I missed the public transport bus, by literally 10 seconds.
I hailed a cab, and the driver was smoking. Jesus, when ...