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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... the old port of Savannah. What a neat old town, we strolled around the cobbled streets & harbour where cotton was first shipped to England in 1764. For almost a century world cotton prices were set at the Cotton Exchange on River Street. This photo is the back of the Cotton Exchange where you can just imagine the cobble stoned ramps bustling with activity, loading the ships for export.
... the trolley here and walked around many of the streets looking at all the different houses.
This house has mirrors out the front. They were put there for when ladies visited, they could check their hoop dresses to make sure they were sitting perfectly before they entered the home.
Forsyth Park is where the locals still play all their sports, walk their dogs, go to concerts and just generally ...
Sunday is always a time of worship for us. Praising God for all His many blessings. How Great our God is. It has been wonderful to glorify Him in a different church each Sunday with fellow brother's and sister's from another city along the East Coast. We gave glory and honor to Him today at the Cathedral of St. John The Baptist in ...
... see just how good it is... Anyway, we left when it was dark, and we managed to find our way through the street of Savannah back to the hotel, with a little stop at the service station across the road to pick up some more beers!
The next morning, we were just about to head out, when it seemed that the storm system tat we drove through the day before had caught up with us.. After an hour or 2, the sky lightened and we made a break for it, umbrellas in hand, down to River ...