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- Free parking
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Savanna is about 100 miles from Charleston and a world away in terms of architecture, genteelness (is that a word??) and cool places to see. Once again we stayed on the outskirts and drove daily into town to do the tourist thang. Of all the places we have been, Savanna is by far the best. It is an ocean going port and the seagoing vessels cruise into port almost on an hourly basis. The tour guide told us that there ...
... Established in 1733, the city of Savannah was founded to create a buffer between the Spanish in Florida and Charleston, SC further north. It became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah is today an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport, ...
Only a few more hours before we make our way to the airport. Fur-babies have already been dropped off for boarding. The looks receive as we march in hauling the rabbit (in his cage, along with all of his litter, food, hay, and little baggies of fruits and veggies) are always interesting - several eyebrows raise, and pupils tend to widen in shock. I guess not many folks in Rincon, GA own a rabbit. Or if they do, they don't pay money ...
For such a large hotel the breakfast room was really small, we had to eat in the lobby, luckily another guest asked the receptionist to turn down the air-con, thank goodness for Americans as it was freezing. We drove into St Augustine and as we were early we could park right at the side of the river on a meter. It looks a lovely town but we saw a galleon anchored on the river and went straight there to see it. Le Galeon is an authentic replica of a 16th ...
The next morning we drove over to take a few pictures in Bonaventure Cemetery, where we easily could have spent a few more hours but our stomachs had other intentions.
We headed south for for Montgomery, making a stop at Bay South in Brooklet, GA for a three-course $6.95 lunch. Our bubbly waitress was southern sweet but couldn't remember our orders to save her life (yes, we KNOW we have fried ...