DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Savannah Airport
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We are leaving Savannah, GA today and sailing directly to the North Central Bahamas.
For those who are interested in a little "nuts and bolts" passage planning - Here is a link to a video of our weather router (Chris Parker) recorded this morning. I ask Chris to comment on our plan.
So, if you are interested in exactly where/when we plan to be for the next few days offshore... here it is! Video length: 5 minutes. BTW - We are "Wabi Sabi" it is our boat's ...
... Beach for a quick lunch, on our way to meet Gary & Marianne in Jacksonville, Florida where they are picking up their new motorhome. We bypassed Savannah, Georgia but will backtrack with them as they head north. As we follow the pretty fall colours on our drive south the landscaped is becoming flat & the vegetation is changing to trees we don't recognize at all. We passed cotton fields, some with huge bales ...
... humid Southern air outside.
And boy is it thick. Lingering. Deep in the heart of this locale, it would be scented with Mother Nature's pheromones -- sultry, almost seductive in the way it clings to a person and dances around, causing pulses to race a bit and a body to resort to primal reactions.
Here at a picturesque exit on the side of I-95, where neon lights the night, travel consumerism is ...
... parts. We next headed into Colonial Park Cemetary, where we played with some Spanish moss that had fallen from the trees. The cemetary was lovely, ery well maintained and pretty, and there were a few people wandering through in the sunshine. We left and headed back through a residential area on the way to the car park as the sun began to set - the houses were absolutely stunning, with lots of wrought ironwork decoration, wooden shutters and flags. ...
... here. However there are still plenty of those too.
Savannah is known as "Americas most haunted city". The paranormal investigators went round all the major cities with the ESP probes of what ever they use, and confirmed what the locals already knew. This town is riddled with ghosts. Not really surprising as its so old, founded in 1733, and over the years so many died here, they ran out of graveyard spaces, then ending up building the city over the top of ...