Americas Best Value Inn
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... along the way. The cruise was at noon with a check in time of 11:30, but we left at 10:00 sharp so we would have plenty of time in case there were problems along the route or we had a hard time finding a parking space. To our good fortune, none of those things happened.
We walked several block and found the tour boat building on the riverfront. After we bought our tickets we had about an hour before we were able to board the River Queen. We began ...
... help not just give info!! - they deign to telephone the hotel I just left for me - ok make
a reservation - now to find my bag and a taxi -- manage all that and soon on my return trip
downtown.....back to the hotel we just left!!
I am not at all well chills, D, nauseated - maybe the bowl of soup I had at airport and the stress of ahhhhghghghghg!!
Flight now at 2.30 Wednesday eta Ottawa Wednesday 6.30 -- let's hope wherever ...
Breakfast at Denny’s – Wayne, our server, asks us if we’d like regular or what sounds like "bowl" coffee. We ask if he could repeat the question and we’re still puzzled – Harvey says “well, we’re not from around here” – ...
... 4 a pint. On top of that, we had our first eat out meal. It was delicious. The southern food we had was old American home style and very nice.
(Bed time now, we are spending tomorrow here as well, so this is in two parts)
Day two :
Gus and I woke up early and hired bikes and rode around the entire city. The highlights were definitely the amazing old feel and architecture, the friendly people, beautiful squares and Savannah river. ...
... no ordinary ghost tour however - we would be riding through the city in an open top hearse! My guide for this tour was Peg Leg Ron with a southern accent so thick I had no idea what was going on half the time. He punctuated his monologue with a wickedly evil laugh and had plenty of spooky stories to share.
The next day I had my heart set on visiting an old plantation just out of town. By car this would have been an easy 10 minute ...