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... we stepped out into the surprisingly cold weather which was not so peachy for the peach state. After finding the pub named Chuck's, we parked the car on the cobblestone streets and walked in. Talk about dull! After spending over an hour there with ************e walking in, we decided to brave the cold and try another venue not too far away.
Unfortunately that venue wasn't much better. It was basically a teeny-bopper, cover charging grunge ...
... many many different movies shot in town, and he pointed out the places where they were filmed. The roads are narrow, lined with trees, have grassy mediums and some are cobblestones. We found a street that led down to the water front that was paved with ballast stones from the sailing ship of bygone times. That road was very steep and needless to say, bumpy, go 2 mph bumpy, shake the windows bumpy, but we overcame. At ...
... street corner, so soulful it gives you the chills, while old men tap their toes and light their cigars. And for the foodies and ghosties, this is your town! Savannah is notoriously haunted and often referred to as the most haunted city in America. Made increasing popular by several ghost hunting tv shows, the city attracts believers by the hundreds to experience cold breezes, orbs and if you're lucky an image on your camera of something unexplainable. As ...
... around at all so early in the morning, and the beach was perfect, if a little chilly. I dipped my toes in the Atlantic, and spent some time enjoying the beautiful view and the sound of the waves. Laura was in a bit of a stress about the car, so we didn't stay very long, but as I was shooting some video of the beach, a big group of pelicans flew right over, which was really cool! We drove the winding road of the coast up to the town of St. Augustine, ...
... heading east you see the grass lands that give Savannah its name. It was great to catch up with Robert, noting he hasn't been back in the State long - I got the run down on how things have progressed or regressed in some cases in Afghanistan. I expect I will be back in Savannah again in the future, it is one of those places that you just feel part of when you visit. (I was in Savannah from 8 -12 Nov 13 before I headed further south to ...