Forsyth Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the old town in a horse & carriage around Beaufort and then lunch in Hilton Head. We're planning a nice dinner in Savannah tomorrow evening, hopefully I can get some good shots of the old estates and downtown charm of this historic city. Stay tuned for the shots in tomorrow's edition.
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... to walk down to the river bordering the campground. We never made it as we met Steve and Sue from Rhode Island who have a Winnebago Adventurer. We talked with them a good while and then were joined by a couple from Pennsylvania on their to Florida.. By then it was getting dark and time for dinner. Anther couple with a Phaeton had been outside and I really wanted to pick their brain but by then they had gone inside. We went in, fixed some potato salad ...
... she had never been there before. When Ted returned with the tickets he said it looked like the road that Forrest Gump and Jenny has walked on in the iconic movie. Yes that was it. This road has probably been in many movies and now had an upcoming role in another (this one we would never see).
We drove the length of the allee, stopping and taking pictures at intervals hoping to capture this beautiful lane. At the end is a park building ...
... Paula Deen's mansion. We could also see some businesses along the Savannah River as well as a steady stream of boat traffic which made for fun watching. As for the marina itself, it was clean, quiet and the staff were very knowledgeable and helpful. Every day, as a courtesy, the marina delivered 6 Dunkin Donuts to your boat. (It was fun the first two days but given that we stayed almost a week, that was a lot of donuts!) There was a park at the marina with a walking path and a ...
... We did a Ghosts & Gravestone tour to end the day. I am not a believer or non-believer of ghosts. I am pretty much on the fence. The tour included lots of stories about murders and ghosts. We also went to two locations. The first was where a triple murder happened. The original house was demolished and another building built. They say that the three ladies that were murdered are still there. ...