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Well today is travel day. We loaded up the huge Ford Expedition with the luggage and we head out on the road as planned for 08:30 a.m. We were all in agreement that we should head out via HOTlanta rather than going via Ashville. A few years ago when we were heading to Biltmore, we came across an accident on the highway up in the mountains and ended up getting stuck there for hours. We figured the ...
... that looked original to us. She explained that they were filming that night at this site for the up coming movie "Magic Mike 2". Hmmm, does that mean Tatum Channing may be around? Sheree's antenna's were up the rest of the visit. The arch normally says Wormsloe with two dates on either side, 1733, the year the owner Noble Jones arrived in Savannah and 1913, the year the arch was erected.
Once inside the gate there is a park office ...
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 ...
... here, "Chippewa Square". Also the school he went to is just nearby.
most of the buildings in Savannah are century old, the whole town oozes of history, and you can't help but feel as if you are walking through the past. Of course most of these buildings have been modified in minor ways to accommodate modern living.
Gus and I then went walking down along river street. River street winds along the mighty and beautiful Savannah river. ...
... cookies and fudge. They sold huge toffee apples and delicious pralines. These were a little different to the pralines we made in New Orleans, as they are made only with white sugar. We used white and brown sugar in ours, giving them more of a caramel flavour.
After fuelling up on sugar, we continued on foot, considering a trolley tourist ride but decided to stick to walking. For lunch, we stopped at the Pirate House, a ...