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... along similar lines to "World Series" baseball. It was, none the less, pretty nice.
The hotel pool then got a quick work out before we went to a local restaurant called Public. If we were locals, we would be there quite regularly. Excellent service and the Shrimp and Grits were fantastic. Emma proudly wore her Elsa dress again.
It would be easy to spend another day or two in Savannah.
Cheers, the ...
... and the people very friendly. Sarah and Emma had a fantastic time at Forsyth Park and played chase with two local girls for half an hour.
We walked to the harbour / river for dinner where Emma's newly acquired dress made a splash. It did so to such an extent that a little girl (3 or 4) came up to her during dinner to say how beautiful she looked! Looking forward to a full day moving around Savannah tomorrow.
Cheers, Thanks Berrys
... may not be possible after a life changing experience. When you are Savannah daydreaming, it is sometimes hard to settle for the mundane. But fear not, we are destined for more adventures. Someone has to go down and get the boat in Pensacola! And that would be us. We plan on leaving in August to visit our family and perhaps hook up with the Good Captains whose home port is Pensacola. Then we will cruise on over to Mobile and make our way back up the Tom Bigbee to Tellico Lake, our home ...
... recent cold snap and spent most of my stay hiding under his bark and I felt I could sympathise. Unaccustomed to this kind of weather the buildings of Savannah are not designed for the cold and I was very grateful of the fan heater we had to huddle around. I shouldn't complain however as the rest of the country was experiencing record breaking low temperatures and the polar vortex was swirling around the north east causing widespread ...
... cheese. Yum! We did a little window shopping, had ice cream at Leopold's and then headed back to the hotel to beat a storm that was rolling in. As we approached the hotel entrance we saw a familiar couple, Pam and Tim Bond from Brown County are staying here as well. Small world!
On the agenda tomorrow: Some shopping, lunch at Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House and a trip to Augusta to see our soldier! ...