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... of corn and wheat, before passing into Maryland . Dropping directly South with the Atlantic Ocean on our left and Chesapeake Bay on our right. The final leg of the days journey was crossing over (and under) the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. An amazing feat of engineering with a road over the ocean- total length of road and tunnels is 28 kilometers. There were 2 high rising span bridges for shipping lanes, and 2 tunnels under ...
... 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 ...
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The houses are beautiful. There are a lot that have been let run down but are now being restored. The council has made a rule that if you want to build within the old part, your plans must represent the same architecture and look the same as the old buildings. We were told which buildings were original and which were built in the 1990s for example. You couldn't tell the ...
... upper 60s/low 70s by the time we stopped for gas near Savannah, GA. We were so excited to be able to put the windows down and get some fresh air as we pulled out of the gas station. Chantee had been happily traveling up front, getting a terrific view from the "Oh, Jesus" handle, when suddenly...she flew out the window!!! "STOP!! PULL OVER!!!!" yelled Deb. "Chantee went flying!" Jim carefully pulled the RV into the breakdown lane and Deb ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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