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... on the May River. If it's anything like the pictures, I'm sure it will be great.
We arrived in Bluffton, about 500 odd miles from Knoxville, so I was glad to get out of the driver's seat. Thankfully the GPS got us to the right spot at 14 Palmetto Beach Lane and it's amazing. We have a two-bedroom cottage decorated to the nines. It's a great spot.
Tomorrow it's off to take a ...
... museum with explanation of the history of the area. We watched a short movie about the first inhabitants. In 1733 Noble Jones and his family were among 114 other English colonist to land about 8 miles south of where Savannah is now. He was a surveyor, physician and carpenter and helped establish Isle of Hope. He helped survey the land and was able to lease one of the 500 acre lots which he called Wormsloe after similarly named places back in ...
... 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, ...
... up covering the whole town before the morning was finished. Savannah's main area isn't overly large.
The rest of today was spent driving to tybee island beach and swimming and relaxing.
Gus and I are in our hotel now, and about to go to a great southern restaraunt here and get a traditional seafood dinner called a low country boil. It's a mixture of shrimp, corn Cobb, potatoes, beef sausages and blue crabs with garlic butter. It's all ...
... some delicious cookies and the Savannah Bee Company. On the way home, we visited the beautiful cathedral of St John the Baptist. This church is stunning, with some amazing stained glass windows.
Once home, we rested our weary feet after over four hours of walking. In the evening, we drove to the Wholefoods food store for some light dinner food. Early to bed, as we all were quite exhausted. Off to Cocoa Beach, Florida tomorrow.