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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... also got the hint that they didn't like being compared to Charleston! So we stopped talking about Charleston.
Savannah is so different from....that previously mentioned city. Savannah's historic district has 22 squares and it seems like there is a park or plaza on each, so the city has a real shaded, laid-back feel to it. Unlike that other place, there was a lot more emphasis on southern mansions and statues here. Personally, I found ...
... often to blame for many of the defaced tombstones, as the story goes there wasn't much else for them to do and boredom quickly took over. While you're here in Savannah, escape from the historic district to see more than just the tour book sights. Just a ten minute drive will take you out of downtown where you can find more home-style southern food. Try Sisters for some serious comfort food. Reminiscent of some of the soul food joints in New Orleans, this is ...
... of the garage with the water droplets still on the car (not to mention our tired, frazzled brains) we hadn't noticed the chip . We called Alamo, and after half an hour ( and £20 in credit!) it was agreed we would swap out the car in Jacksonville., as we didn't want to keep the car incase the chip worsened into a crack. On the way, Laura stopped us at Flagler Beach, which is just north of Daytona, for a breather, and it was just stunning - there was ...
... s hard to take it all in and remember it. First Methodist Church the south, (right where we are staying at he Planters Inn), Founding of the Girl Guides, First African Baptist Church, 3rd oldest Synagogue, first museum in the south it goes on and on.. The main thing to note is that is a British colony as opposed to the French one we visited down in New Orleas further south so it's has a completely different flavour. In fact is feels like we are in a different ...