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Coming to Savannah from Charleston was a bit of a culture shock. I kept hearing that Charleston was the poor relation etc etc but when we arrived from Charleston it seemed the other way around. Because of the long weekend and the Sunday was 10.10.2010 and weddings galore, the place was crowded with tourists, weirdos and the like. And in the evening …
... He pulls up just as the house comes into view. He stands up, turns around and gestures widely.
"This is the slay-ves ceme-tary", he explains, sits down and the tractor and cart pull away. We circle the house without further comment from Joe, who points out the owners’ cemetery on the way back.
At eight o’clock in the evening Joe is still bustling about. Refilling gas bottles. Spraying a a small section of lawn where someone claims to ...
... used as rice plantations... We were looking for alligators, after about the half way point we were a little disappointed .... not a gator in sight.... We were taking pictures of beautiful birds, butterflies, trees and flowers searching with the binoculars, on the look out for alligators....but alas we were pleasantly surprised, we ended up seeing so many huge alligators...in the water and ...
... have seen at least 15 between Hilton Head and the Florida border. For some reason my family does share my enthusiasm for this phenomenon.
Back to Savannah. We originally planned to walk around Savannah for awhile and move along because the tours were short and expensive. We stumbled on a site that offered downloadable walking tours for the iPad for $4.00. We decided to try it and it turned out ...
... schoolteachers, bankers, washerwomen and middle-class merchants alike. In 1943, a young Sema Wilkes took over a boardinghouse in historic downtown Savannah. Her goal was modest: to make a living by offering comfortable lodging and homestyle Southern cooking served family style in the downstairs dining room. A line gathers each morning at 107 West Jones Street. At 11 o'clock, the doors of 107 open and the lunch crowd finds seats at ...
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