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We took a city tour of Savannah so that we could see some of the more important sites in the historic city area. Lots of city squares with trees and park like settings. Has a fun water front area with lots of souvenir shops. We walked some of the water front and then went back to a few of the sites we wanted to see better or take pictures. Got some shots of where Tom Hanks ...
... them we saw a wedding party having photographs taken. It was quite a beautiful setting.
For those movie lovers and aficionados, you may know that one of these squares was where Forrest Gump ate his box of chocolates. It was in Chippewa Square and it was filmed there in 1994. The actual bench has since been moved to the Savannah History Museum.
By now it was getting to be Harley’s dinner time and we decided that we had enough walking ...
... in Charleston) to a fabulous family of 3 singing gospel songs that took the roof off the church!! - a wonderful last evening in Charleston
Thursday - we depart 9am on the 2hr drive to Savannah - lots of abandoned rice fields along the way - we arrive at the Visitor's Bureau and view the local museum housed in old railway sheds.....off to the old Pink House and it is pink for lunch -- my first southern fried chicken and it ...
... is going to A&M next year (but not in the corps). They (Aggies) are everywhere!!!! We went back to the hotel and Colton went back out for karaoke and other fun.
Tuesday 7/9 Easy morning, then out to find lunch. We ate at Kayak Kafe, only salads because we had plans to go to Lady and Sons (Paula Deen's place) later for dinner at 4:30pm, and wanted to make sure we had a good appetite at that time. We walked over ...
... have equal size plots, etc. Each square is unique.
Many of the old homes have incredible ironwork, a common feature to Savannah architeture. The intricacy of the work is breathtaking.
And the trees....omg...The crape myrtles are in bloom and they have left me awestruck. The blooms, the bark, everything about this tree is spectacular! Like the oaks, they have spanish moss draping them, but the effect, with ...