Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Midtown
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... and is the oldest plantation owned by the same family.
The former home and plantation of Noble Jones, one of the original colonists who arrived in Savannah with General James Oglethorpe in 1773, Wormsloe offers a glimpse into the lives of Georgia's earliest European settlers. The original house was constructed of "tabby," a mixture of sand, water, lime and oyster shells. Much of the oyster shells used to build ...
... lease agreement with the City of Tybee Island and The Tybee Island Historical Society, which took on responsibility for full maintenance and restoration of the site. The U.S. Coast Guard still maintains the light as a navigational aid. In addition to the lighthouse, the lighthouse keepers and his second's houses, plus two other structures have been restored to the way they were in the 1930’s ...
... killed at the Battle of Chippewa during the 1812 war. The park bench used in the movie was a prop and although we never made it to the Savannah Museum to have a look at the movie prop. We didn't run out of time as much as we ran out of energy to go to the museum.
After wandering around the streets near the Square for a cool drink, we hopped on to the free Dot Bus that takes passengers on a circular route around the town. Like the ...
... up, and the further we walked, the more it rained. Fortunately, the walk was a short one and we had the learned that we should take the umbrella with us, so we stayed pretty dry. Lunch was was pretty good and at a perfect time. Post lunch, the rain had cleared and we were able to walk back home in the dry.
Had the post lunch siesta and went for an evening walk up to the original Savannah cemetery which has a lot ...
... bread (Kristopher got up extra early to bake) and french toast made with said bread. It was a breakfast beyond what was called for but greatly appreciated. It just so happened that Gordon was due for a shot and Dandy had a vet appointment that morning so Gordon and I tagged along with her and Kristopher while Kaitlyn took care of some boring chores. After the vet, Becca had to get some sewing done (she is an incredible artist who makes gorgeous clothing and ...