BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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- Heated pool
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... which was a tight fit. We had to run into the reeds for a little way in order to turn around. We saw several birds along the way but nothing we haven’t seen before. Our trip was about an hour and a half.
Then we headed back to Savannah where the bus dropped us off on River Street which is 40 feet below the level of the rest of the city. There are all kinds of shops and restaurants and a beautiful river ...
... TV and no talking to outside people). 40,000 apply each year, 4,000 accepted to trial, with only 2,200 making it through boot camp.
Our final evening, and Margaret and Tim wanted us to see their favorite restaurant - The Lobster House - a series of seafood choices all offered at a rustic harborside setting ... with their own scallop boats tied up along side. Pre dinner drinks were on board a schooner with the music of ...
... we had time to watch a pelican fishing for its own supper. He or she was really going for it diving half a dozen times in the space of a couple of minutes and catching at least two fish that I could see. The meal itself was delicious and I can recommend the Crab Stuffed flounder.
Sunday morning brought us a unique experience as we joined Dyanne, Benjamin, their family and friends at church to worship in true Deep South gospel style. Dyanne ...
... squares/parks. We decided that we would attempt to
conquer all 30 squares whilst covering the major sights. The thing
that was so remarkable about each of the parks was the very old and
very beautiful 'Spanish Moss' trees. Not to mention the gorgeous
houses everywhere too. I couldn't get enough of these trees... though
Lizzie was a little bit sick after tree 300... For me- there was no
getting sick of them- and for that reason you will see there ...
... down, and Ann as an nurse for these suffering people ravaged by earthquakes, hurricanes, disease, governmental ineptitude- the usual third world disasters. Meanwhile Jeff's construction company was itself in trouble due to the economic downturn and he had to shed most of his workers. Despite all this, they were very gracious hosts with very firm Republican views and a strongly Creationist theology combined with a very real heart for the gospel. ...