Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Midtown
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... with my college BFF Linda, who in the South I must call Linda Lou, and we finally met the Bird Girl. She is truly precious, yet the woman at the museum ticket office just could not understand the phenomena. We ate some serious fried chicken at Paula Deen's place, had sweets at a converted apothecary, paid homage to the first Girl Scout chapter in the country, and complained about the oppressive heat. Between the thick air and ...
... no u-turns.
We looked around and found a few things that we are planning to consume like candied pecans, peach ice cream and peach butter. Yum! After we paid, the clerk invited us to donate to the college fund and pointed to a large jar on the counter. College fund, huh? Yes sir, the owner only hires college students. Fine, we tossed a couple of bucks in and headed for the door. Oh, by the way, can you tell me how far it is to the 17, I asked. ...
... br> Our hotel is located at Ellis Square which is right in the heart of the city and just across the road from the river. Brilliant!! We can walk everywhere around town and if not, we have got a free ticket from the trolley tour to use for the rest of today and all tomorrow.
The trolley tour was seriously hot so we went back to the hotel to shower and change before going out for dinner.
... It was quite a nice drive.
Arriving into town, we knew we had made a change in scenery from Florida. The streets here in Savannah are gorgeous ; more about that later. The population here is 150,000.
We checked in at our hotel The "Thunderbird Inn." This is a very retro/bohemian hotel and attracts a lot of young backpackers and hippies. It's nice and clean and has all the amenities we could need.
We couldn't wait to explore ...
... boats and the birds. You think the houses are big but then along Ponte Vedra beach they're now mansions you can hardly see from the road side but are directly on the Atlantic Ocean at the rear of course and the beach is such wonderful sand really white and quite wild and unspoilt (again not sure about in the summer months). Following the A1A & it takes us to a dead end at Gulfport, yet another naval base & a ferry $6 to Amelia Island, really pretty with ...