DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District
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... store which we had a hard time finding. The developers and planners did a great job preserving the trees on the island and you cannot see the stores from the roads most of the time so smart phone maps and GPS really help navigation.
So we spent the afternoon walking around Pinckney National Wildlife refuge where Sraddha saw some new birdies. Then, Saturday evening watching fun college football games and today (Sunday) watching the ...
... that looked original to us. She explained that they were filming that night at this site for the up coming movie "Magic Mike 2". Hmmm, does that mean Tatum Channing may be around? Sheree's antenna's were up the rest of the visit. The arch normally says Wormsloe with two dates on either side, 1733, the year the owner Noble Jones arrived in Savannah and 1913, the year the arch was erected.
Once inside the gate there is a park office ...
Savannah blew me away!! I was expecting it to be abit boring but everywhere we have been has been good - in different ways. The scenery and the way the houses are built really makes it different then anywhere else - really pretty. On our first day here, we pulled into River Street and had a wonder of the touristy area.(Unfortunetly still feeling the effects of the hangover so I steered away from food) ...
We left around 8:00 on Sat.morning. We made one bathroom/gas stop in Indiana, and one stop in Kentucky. We made ham sandwiches out of the cooler, had our own drinks and snacks and were on our way. We had a much longer way to go in Tennessee, so we took two stops there. Georgia is by far the longest state of them all. In fact, we had about seven hours of driving in Indiana, ...
... trolly tour in hopes of encountering some spirits from the other side. No ghosts, but it was a cool history lesson. Also spent a day at Tybee island, beautiful beach, lots of sun, actually a little too much, but a fantastic day. Off to Charleston today, I'm sure we'll have more pictures from there ...