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Day Two - Florida 2014
I knew I would wake up early because I went to sleep so early. Seven hours is about all I can sleep although I would love to sleep eight. I woke up at 4:15 though. The clock was blinking so I knew the electricity had gone off sometime during the night. I checked my phone and it was 24 degrees, not as cold as I had anticipated. I did go back to sleep until 6:15, stayed warm in bed until 6:30 and I smelled the ...
... and Klaas went to find a trolley tour and Wouter and I walked down Bull to Bryan St, then turned left to the City Market area which was touristy...lots of bars and tacky souvenir shops....lots of people though and a couple of good buskers playing Jimmy Buffet. We then walked down some very steep stairs to the arrived Walk which used to be the Cotton Warehouse area.....more tacky bars and shops....also a large ...
Time to visit the beautiful historic city of Savannah, Georgia. We spent a day strolling the cobbled stone streets, and the river boardwalk. Lunched at Wee Willie's. Lots of very, very old buildings. Stopped off at the Candy Kitchen to taste their wares. Macleay Islanders, check out the Blue Parrot sign.
Today we have had to change our flights home, due to our visa running out on the 9th Feb, and we were due to fly out on the 10th. Don't know ...
... movie). Savannah is the home to Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) which seem to own every second building in Savannah and adding to the population of unemployed artist around the world. There are so many art students in Savannah, you wonder how they will make a living in the future particularly paying back a student loan of at least $45,000.00 per year. My friend Robert Beach suggests that charcoal drawing on the side of the ...
... city hall and the olde pink house and finally found a free spot. Then we started walking around, heading to the river and River Street. We stepped into a few souvenir shops, bought some souvenirs and postcards and also went into small jewellery shops and others... Then the guys arrived, and as we all were pretty hungry we tried to find a restaurant on River Street to grab some food. We finally went to a ...