Americas Best Value Inn
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... to get some more of her House Seasoning which I use on broiled and roasted veggies, especially zucchini. When we left there we headed to our hotel, getting back about 4:45. We went to our room for a little bit and then went down to the lobby for Happy Hour which is free drinks and food. I had a glass of wine and a glass of white sangria. I had a little bit of spinach dip with pita chips, homemade potato chips and ...
... evening air, we were delighted to sit and enjoy the luxuriously restored 1945 Art Deco style motion picture theatre. With the phone on our table, we were able to order dinner and a drink, then sit back and enjoy the movie. Senior movie rate $10 p.p and $17 for our 2 meals!! great value for a wonderful evenings entertainment.
Our first day out together and we enjoyed the beautiful green of Norfolk - the Crepe Myrtle ...
... George Washington visited the plantation in 1791.
The drive continued South along U.S17. We detoured through Beaufont, which is the second oldest town in South Carolina and where most of the film 'Forest Gump' was filmed.
We left South Carolina and crossed the boarder into Georgia. Georgia is Dr Martin Luther King Jr birth state.
We spent the afternoon in a town called Savannah. A beautiful historical district arranged around garden squares (there are more than ...
A little prologue to this entry...the 3rd/4th grade at our school has a tradition of sending off handmade travel mates to family or friends somewhere in the US. The recipients bring the travel mate along on their daily lives and/or travels, chronicling events and places in a travel diary, taking photos and sending messages back to the student who the travel mate belongs to. The students plot their travel mates journey on a map back at school and ...
... that they didn't have any pot pies or anything very Irish on order unless you count fun-sized margarita pitchers... which I do. An hour or two later it was safe to say that our day was just about over and that ended day one in Savannah.
Day two in Savannah started much like day two in NOLA... at about 2 PM. I decided to walk over to the Savannah History Museum and the Georgia Railroad Museum (the two facilities are linked). ...