Baymont Inn & Suites - Savannah (West)
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... the family who owns the plot had her moved to a museum in the city. The disappointment was palpable.
To make up for it, we moved on to Wormsloe Plantation where we saw our first Oak Avenue, a grand driveway into a once powerful 1700s plantation. All that is remains after the wars are a few ruins of the once great house, made of tabby foundation - ground oyster shells mixed with sand and water.
Back in the city, we ...
Cheryl got a brochure for a Georgia Peach place that sells everything made with peaches. I already know I don’t like the cider, but some of the other stuff sounded pretty good. We headed to Exit 58 to find it. Maybe they have some RV parking spots. We got off and were able to find a wide spot to park along the shoulder. It worked well because we were planning to take the 17 North after stopping here, and it was just about a mile ahead of ...
... islands are all linked by long causeways and there are lots of big fancy houses each side of road which on the map don't even look like they could be built there as it looks so narrow. Not sure how these wonderful places will do if the sea does rise on the future as they have the Atlantic on one side and the bay on the other. There are bike lanes everywhere, must be great cycling as there are no hills and not much traffic (at least this time of year) just the ...
... bar and the best meals we've had by a long way in the US. Chang shared a plate of Nachos with Justin as an appetizer and I had a couple of party sausage rolls, for mains Chang had the Bangers and Mash, Robbo had the fish and chips and I had Sheperds Pie with a side Yorkshire Pudding and Gravy. We headed next door to the Moon River Brewing Co for a round before heading ...
... amused that the (Charleston born and bred) guide didn't play down how radical South Carolina was through the slavery and war years. It's only 10 years since the Confederate Flag was begrudgingly removed from the state Capitol. I got the sense they'd secede again tomorrow if they could. From there it was down to Beaufort which is a tiny, much older version of Charleston. It was the second colony in the US. The architecture and street scenes ...