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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... on one, but it was really easy and fun. I can't wait to do it again somewhere. Or maybe I'll be a tour guide when we get back to NJ! On our second visit, we went to the City Market area -- honestly, I thought it was have more shops. It was a lot of bars, and art galleries (which were nice) but I didn't expect it to be as bar-ish as it was. So...we went to a bar. Always fun.
Overall, a very relaxing month.
... of local oysters washed down by with an IPA.
Still feeling hungry we headed off to the Olde Pink House restaurant. An old plantation house dating back over 200 years. The upper levels are a restaurant and the basement has been converted into a moody bar, replete with grand piano. We chose the bar option as no reservation was required and they offered the full restaurant menu.
We were undecided on what to order, so ...
... of the best places on the entire trip.
I headed out for my solo evening of football as the girls got ready to do some upscale dining followed by a haunted walking tour. I headed over to JJ Bonerz and secured my seat at the bar, confident in a win against the Cutler-less Chicago Bears.
This confidence was short lived, however, when Rodgers was sacked in the first few minutes and sustained a collar bone injury that would take him ...
After leaving Hilton Head, we decided to stop and explore Savannah en route to St. Augustine. We ended up spending most of the day here and had a great time. On a side note, one of the things I have noticed changing significantly as we work our way south is the roadkill. Along the way we have seen deer, racoons and unidentifiable rodents but in South Carolina and Georgia the roadkill king is the armadillo. ...