Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Midtown
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... some kind of car show going on at the little shopping center I told you about yesterday so we decided to take Harley for a walk to help him dry off and get some exercise at the same time. The cars were primarily Japanese hot rods like Hondas, Acuras and Subarus. There were also some modern muscle cars like Mustangs and Challengers. One car in particular, caught our attention. It was a Crown Victoria that was raised and had huge wheels and tires on it. ...
... we're semi-lost! we finally find the SCAD tearoom Gryphon housed in a very old pharmacy decorated with shelves of old books. and Tiffany glass globes!
We visit the SCAD gift shop across the street and stroll over to the Mercer-Williams house of 'Midight in the Garden of Good and Evil' - the house is still lived in by Mr. Williams sister - it is quite beautiful and he used lovely paint colours - close to the original a dark ...
... headed down to the riverfront and decided on seafood for dinner. We picked a great place that had a balcony and we could watch all the ships going past while eating. We ordered some drinks and while we were waiting for them to come, we noticed a dirty big black cloud moving in. Keith, being a Queenslander, advised nah it wont rain. The waitress brought the drinks and said yep its gonna rain. Irene decided ...
... like a bike, and get served beer, and they travel around the town. I got some photo's of them. You will have to seem them to understand just how crazy and cool these things are. Anyway, Bec was keen for a siesta in the heat of the day, so we wandered home.
We have heard of all the locals talking about this place called 'Leopold's' Ice Cream and they keep telling us it's the best in the south, so we had to try it given that it's about a ...
... we continued down town.
This area is quite beautiful, full of grand Southern homes and the streets are lined with oak trees draped in Spanish moss. The walk only took us about 15 minutes, and we reached the river district, with shops lined up facing the Savannah River. We browsed the tourist shops and visited the Savannah Candy Kitchen, full of wicked sugary treats. There was a wall of lollies and a separate room ...