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We got to the Savannah area on Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday touring the area. We took the Old Town Trolley around Savannah on Saturday and then drove to Tybee Island for lunch. On the way back we stopped at Fort Pulaski which was built to guard the opening of the Savannah River during the Civil War. It fell during the first battle it was in. On Sunday ...
On the road again following our Christmas hiatus, and enjoying the seafood at Tubby's on the river near Savannah. S is picturesque as ever and well worth a stop if you can find a place to park. The 70 degree day brought out a hoard of other tourists. Now it's time to fix up and restock the camper at Gary's in Statsboro and then head for the music scene in ...
... will stay south of it and head towards Birmingham. We drove around downtown Savannah and it was awesome! Old buildings, giant oak trees covered with moss, and the river area. Will check some more out in the morning. We are at a Fairfield Inn. When we checked in, they had freshly baked oatmeal raisin cookies, and cheese chili dogs on pretzel buns for us. Watching the Olympics again. ...
... off a dock in the park!
Then we head into Savannah to explore as Marcy has not been here before.. It is how I remember a cute city but spread out and nothing near as nice as Charleston. We walk around for a few hours then back to RV for dinner. No fire tonight as it is too hot!
... on that once more I might kill myself. No need to fear the food is fantastic I almost die of shock when this foreign green thing called broccoli appears on my plate, I have never craved vegetables so much and happy days I've got some, it wasn't as good as the pork next to it though! The trouble with these really old buildings is that the walls are pretty thin, luckily as the ...
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