Baymont Inn & Suites Savannah South
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We had a sleep in...hoorah! OK, so it was only until just after 7.30, but we'll take it. And we were greeted by rain. A downpour. It was rather nice after 5 weeks of almost no rain at all. Emma was so excited she disappeared and then reappeared in her rain jacket ready to jump out on the balcony.
We found a lovely cafe a block away on Chippewa Square, a location in the Forest Gump movie, for breakfast and then jumped ...
We read the Jacksonville website last night which said if you only have a few hours in Jacksonville, you should spend them at San Marco Square. So this gave us our morning itinerary, but also caused a little confusion as this was really just an upmarket or 'up scale' as we say in the USA, suburb. Would you believe with the lovely shops and cafes that Starbucks still looked the best option for a coffee???
The highlight was Emma buying an ...
... We were intent on going to try some of the local crab, mainly to test out if Lois was okay to eat it, and for me to branch out my food horizons. We got there, and it was a really cool place, just set on the beach, all lit by fairy lights and decorated in true beach style. We sat down and ordered a crab, shrimps, and pulled pork as the safety option! Sadly we misread the menu and didn't get proper crab, but a massive crab ...
... 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.
... end of the tour, when all the ‘historic’ houses and all the heroic deeds of the Charleston-based Confederacy heroes had been told, the bus passed a large concrete and glass office tower known as the Federal Building. It was empty, the guide told us, because it was riddled with asbestos. “Cay-n’t do nutthing’ with it.”
There were exaggerated cries of dismay and a gaggle of “Key-ant do nuttin’ widdit” echos, ...