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... and Klaas went to find a trolley tour and Wouter and I walked down Bull to Bryan St, then turned left to the City Market area which was touristy...lots of bars and tacky souvenir shops....lots of people though and a couple of good buskers playing Jimmy Buffet. We then walked down some very steep stairs to the arrived Walk which used to be the Cotton Warehouse area.....more tacky bars and shops....also a large ...
... is supposed to be haunted! Unfortunately he cut our tour by 30 min. He did have some gems. Trivia: Did you know Despite its name, Spanish moss is not a moss but a bromeliad—a perennial herb in the pineapple family. It hangs from the indigenous trees but isnt attached and can float on the wind from tree to tree. Kind of like the tumbleweed of Georgia. We then started walking and ended up at the city market and the thunder storm and heavy ...
Well, the idea here was to stay in the campground for a few days. Play catch up, rest and unwind after nearly three intense touring weeks in Charleston. Then take a day or so to spend in Savannah.
What little we saw of Georgia - most of it was at ...
... is just so darn pretty. The buildings are from 200 to 50 years old - while they're still unique there are colour schemes to maintain (apparently there are 4 specific historic colours you can order at any paint shop in Savannah)
There are also over 20 beautiful squares dotted throughout the historic district, generally named after a Southern War hero. They are filled wiith beautiful old oak trees with Spanish Moss hanging offit. Savannah was ...
... oak tree tunnel I have every seen. It goes down the road heading into the Plantation site for a long 1.5 miles. Oak after oak tower over the small narrow road. We love our little Mini Cooper and are known for taking the car "on vacation" so off we went.
In order to avoid any traffic we were the first ones in the gates. We paid our $10 to get in and drove about three quarters of a mile in to start taking our pictures. What an pretty spot. I wonder if ...