The Olde Savannah Inn
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When we arrived it was a hot sunny afternoon, perfect for a stroll around the old dairy farm. The campground now caters events like weddings in the barn and horse camps. It was really nice to stay at a small campsite where they don't pack you in & they kept the feel & space of an old farm. There was a cold snap while we were there with night time temps down to - 6C, same ...
... away was an ice cream parlor, but Gail wouldn't let me off the bus (I had to be restrained)..Just kiddin. There are parks galore in Savanna that are beautiful and we saw steps curving up to the front doors of stately mansions, some mini and some massive. The staircases were curved and there was one on each side of the door. Seems back in ancient times it was not proper for men to cast their eyes on the ladies ankles, ...
... evidence tells another story. You know what -- we need what we need. And I simply need to own the fact that yes, I overpack. But you just never know. It's good to be prepared. Especially when Will is your kiddo.
Other than a bit of a meltdown at dinner in Atlantic Beach, FL with some friends we hadn't seen in a while, Will had a pretty good day. A little overstimulation can take our young hero from ...
... our walk to Franklin Square; through the City Market to Ellis Square; to Telfair Square; and on to Orleans Square before completing our walk.
Dee, Keith and Jeryl went on the Old Savannah Trolley Tour to learn even more history of this fascinating city with its massive oak trees laced with Spanish moss. We had dinner at Paula Deen's restaurant, the Lady & Sons. They serve complimentary hoe cakes and cheese biscuits.
... few blocks is a small park with a statue of someone. the river area is fun and beautiful as well, where the old cotton exchange was located.
our campground at skiddaway state park was one of the nicest camp spots we have had. private spot, quet and dark. grogous live oak trees with spanish moss hanging down. the pics don't show how beautiful they are and after a rain the resurrection ferns come back to ...