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... store which we had a hard time finding. The developers and planners did a great job preserving the trees on the island and you cannot see the stores from the roads most of the time so smart phone maps and GPS really help navigation.
So we spent the afternoon walking around Pinckney National Wildlife refuge where Sraddha saw some new birdies. Then, Saturday evening watching fun college football games and today (Sunday) watching the ...
... that looked original to us. She explained that they were filming that night at this site for the up coming movie "Magic Mike 2". Hmmm, does that mean Tatum Channing may be around? Sheree's antenna's were up the rest of the visit. The arch normally says Wormsloe with two dates on either side, 1733, the year the owner Noble Jones arrived in Savannah and 1913, the year the arch was erected.
Once inside the gate there is a park office ...
... humid Southern air outside.
And boy is it thick. Lingering. Deep in the heart of this locale, it would be scented with Mother Nature's pheromones -- sultry, almost seductive in the way it clings to a person and dances around, causing pulses to race a bit and a body to resort to primal reactions.
Here at a picturesque exit on the side of I-95, where neon lights the night, travel consumerism is ...
... interesting and attractive contemporary building than their civic centre and some of the hotels e.g. Hyatt. If you have read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil you might remember the reference to the Hyatt building. The Jepson had a great exhibition about Marilyn - multi media, photos and paintings.
Savannah is an easy city to visit as all the squares are very walkable. The beautiful squares and old houses make it very atmospheric. Next stop Memphis.
... there didn’t seem to be quite as much. Savannah, however, is very
industrial, especially along their seaport on the Savannah River. It was very
busy. We even saw a large, very large, freighter coming in with a load of
containers. It was mammoth coming through the waterfront and reminded me that
the port has an important function..it’s not just a place for tourists to enjoy the
restaurants, retail stores and watering holes along that ...