Presidents' Quarters Inn
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... and Sandy (today).
After supper we went to Puppet People and puppet workshop where they make all kinds of puppets but mostly the big life-sized one. They talked to us about how they make them and did some demonstrations with some. Then they moved us into a small "theater" just a large room with a puppet theater and put on a show for us. On our seats were green mardi gras beads and plastic hand clappers. They told us about ...
Day Fourteen - Tampa 2015
After a poor night of sleeping (think I apparently drank too much decaf tea) I got up about 7:00. We had already decided that we would get up and out this morning to begin our day of touring Savannah so after coffee and breakfast we left around 9:30. Gypsy took us right straight to the Visitor's Center/Trolley Stop with no problem - no going down a one way street the wrong way! When we got there a trolley had just left so ...
... in charm and beauty with more than 3 centuries of history. Savannah's massive live Oak trees strung with Spanish moss, shelter graceful old homes, quaint boutiques and charming cafes . There are 22 Historic squares, some with monuments, some with fountains- the live Oaks all creating shady spots within the walking areas to sit and watch the horse drawn carriages pass, or people watch.
The final leg of our journey and ...
... of 21. He took active part in the debates regarding the Constitution, and, on May 23rd 1788 he used an inked feather to sign the Constitution.
The house on the property isn't the original, built in 1820 its a beautiful farm cottage and shows the more classic style of a farm home in the 18th century.
The Pinckney family owned Snee Farm for more than 60 years, until 1817, when it was sold to satisfy debts. It was known as Charles's favourite among his seven plantations, ...
... is 21 beautiful squares which are part of the original plan and are havens of green with large live oaks, of course covered with Spanish moss, and surrounding original mansions, a number of which you can visit. Some of the squares are full of life too, cafes, restaurants. Savannah definitely has more of a good coffee scene that Charleston. We visited 3 mansions, 2 that were interesting and well restored and one that was frankly a rip off - The Sorrell-Weed ...