Days Inn & Suites Port Wentworth-North Savannah
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... minds about bike riding and ended up in a bar for a cheap take away drink that we actually downed at the bar, conversation still flowing steadily and easily:):):) Since we had passed on the bikes, we decided to walk on the beach back to the Tybee Island Light Station which was about two miles. Nothing like a walk on the beach when it is sunny and 75 degrees to settle the spirit! Midday drinks didn't hurt either. Melis found two sanddollars!!! More waiting for ...
... to name the guitar player in certain songs! Really???? I'd rather name the components which make up a cell. We left after the first five rounds. It was so obvious that people were cheating. I knew we weren't going to win or even wanted to win ( I think the prize was a gift certificate for the restaurant for another time),...but it's the point of the matter. Thank goodness the pizza was good. The dough was whole ...
... to walk and explore. Habersham runs sort of North east so we set off first to check out Forsyth Park Via Jones then Bull St.. Through Monterey Sq. Forsyth Square is large and lush and has a lovely fountain in the middle. Today there was a Walk for Cancer and there were hundreds of families walking around the park. This is definitely a city for young party types as it appears you can buy and walk with your drinks? Lots ...
... Square, passed the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low of the Girl Scouts, and through Wright Square. At Johnson Square, we saw an obelisk serving as a monument to General Nathaniel Greene. On East Bay street, we passed the historic Factor's Walk; Emmet Park; the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial; and the Old Harbor Light. We walked to the Savannah River where we saw the statue of "The Waving Girl" and stopped at Huey's Restaurant for Beignets. ...
... hooking up in our travels (yay, retired friends that also RV,
need more of them!)
For all these reasons…Savannah, we will be back!!….till
then, Yes Please, and Thank You!!
Disclaimer: alot of the pictures you will see are actually
from our 2011 trip. We revisited a lot of the same places because we either had
a great time there in 2011 or because they were so interesting/memorable to us,
we had to go back again.