Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Historic District
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Day Fourteen - Tampa 2015
After a poor night of sleeping (think I apparently drank too much decaf tea) I got up about 7:00. We had already decided that we would get up and out this morning to begin our day of touring Savannah so after coffee and breakfast we left around 9:30. Gypsy took us right straight to the Visitor's Center/Trolley Stop with no problem - no going down a one way street the wrong way! When we got there a trolley had just left so ...
Miles driven to this point: 10,712
It is cold and clear today in Savannah. 35 degrees this morning as we finished our coffee, packed up and drove the RV over to the local Ford Truck Service center for its routine 45, 000 mile service and transmission service. Unfortunately there transmission service machine pump broke and so we won't get that tranny serviced but the fluid looks fine.
Yesterday the temp was 75 and balmy but we knew a storm was ...
... shifting tides and currents. About two hours into our trip, we noticed not one but two thunderstorms rapidly approaching. We had to pick up our speed whether we liked it or not as there was absolutely no place to seek shelter in the shallow water nor were there any hills or slopes to find protection from the winds and lightening. So, we started going faster. Each time we seemed to get ahead of the storms, there would be a bend in the river that placed us back in its path. But, we ...
... including fried chicken. The black-eyed peas were wonderful, as well as the collard greens. For dessert the guys had banana pudding and I had gooey butter cake - yum! Oh yeah, almost forgot about the guy who asked Colton if he was an Aggie (because of the shirt, and the ring) - this guy's son plays football for A&M, and his wife is a Ph.D. student there, so it was all Aggie talk for many long minutes...ho hum......
... to find a restaurant serving a Buffett lunch, we had ribs, mashed potatoes and greens followed by cherry cobbler, yummy! As we now out of the mountains the temps were rising and at our next gas stop we got a 12 pack of cold beer and went to the local park to drink them. After being refreshed we pushed to get the last part of ride done, we found our hotel and ...