Park Avenue Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... pretty much ignored us. They don't allow you to see the current house because people still live in it today. However, you can see it a little bit from the road while driving on the property. We got on the interstate and started to head back home around 4 PM. It was a great vacation. We are both glad that we finally got to experience the beauty of Savannah and feel the amount of time we had there was ...
... on the main street in town and went back to our sancuary of the 'live oak campsite'.
It was good sleeping this week because of the cooler evenings. With all these good nights of sleep we found plenty of time and more energy to tour one more old harbor Civil War site, Fort Pulaski. This fort was constructed to defend the city of Savannah, as part of a coastal fortification system adopted by president James Madison after the War of 1812. It ...
... from crutches. While exploring the Historic District by foot, pay close attention to the plaques on buildings and historic markers. You may find yourself standing on a former burial plot, with the unfortunate souls still underground! If you explore the Colonial Park Cemetery look closely at the headstones; you may find an eleven year old who was survived by his seventeen year old wife and 12 year old son! Union soldiers encamped on the cemetery ...
... had to do some more studying so Kaitlyn and I had a few drinks and called it a night.
The next morning we woke up and began our search for our next stop. This became a bigger problem than we had anticipated. It turns out that there are a lot of people who travel to Florida in December to camp...DUH!! For whatever reason we did not really think much about this fact. We were planning on heading straight to The Keys but could not find a campsite ...
... like New Orleans, but more a subdued whisper of mystery. Perhaps it is the historical squares, the cemeteries or the old buildings and churches; but it felt as if we were walking with generations of people before us. That they were beside us enjoying our enjoyment. The food was superb. The people were gracious. We ate at many fine establishments, including The Pink House with its' old world history, its' wonderful charm and impeccable service. We quickly became ...