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A little sleep in this morning, but we wanted to get out early coz it was going to be 36 degrees with about 93% humidity. Just a little bit uncomfortable. Tammy and I got back on the trolley and because we sat on the right side yesterday, we sat on the left today.
Jones Street must be one of the most picturesque. The trees create a shady canopy and the houses are gorgeous. So wish we could have seen inside them. We ...
... the street tho, the rain was very heavy for that short time. Typical tropical weather.
After our seafood dinner, which was awesome by the way, we wandered down River Street. It has lots of restaurants, bars, shops, souvenirs etc. I bought a couple of tops.
The sun decided to come out again which made everything even more humid than it was before.
... that, we were in the middle of the beautiful New Teakettle River. And within a very few minutes, low tide was upon us and our stern was in mud! Unless you have experienced it, you cannot believe how quickly these tides shift. We scrambled to the bow and tried to pull on the anchor rope to reduce the scope and swing. Given that Calliope weighs 66 tons, you can guess how much we moved. Not much. But, by the time we had worn ourselves out pulling on the anchor line, the tide had risen and ...
After a less than ideal wait from 6-8:50 AM in a crowded, ill kept Greyhound station we were on our way to Savannah. And what a surprise, Greyhound's recently renovated coaches are beautiful, with nice leather seats and a decent amount of space. The bus seats were definitely less plush and spacious than travelling by rail but a pleasant surprise after my experience at the station.
We got into Savannah at about 1:30 PM which was ...
... skies. Even though we only had the afternoon and night in Savannah it was superb. There is a road parallel to the Savannah River which has a diversity of shops, bars and restaurants - and because it was so hot we tested whether the bar that advertised 'the coolest beer in town' was actually true! We met an Atlanta man who was previously a state politician and now an olive grower! We then headed downtown and found the major roads closed ...
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