Four Points by Sheraton Historic Savannah
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... could both go in. I told her he is pretty strong but she didn’t seem concerned. We went inside and got a couple of pictures. It was really small, with about 12 chairs in it along with a pulpit. It was obviously still being used but there is nobody watching it. Everything was in good order and there were even some notes on the pulpit for an upcoming or past service, I guess.
When we got back outside, I joked that I was going to say we met ...
... miles from the city. LONG pull-throughs.
Savannah is a great touring and walking city. We enjoyed it much.
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... ma! It was…we visited Middleton Place which is one of many plantations in the South Carolina area. They claimed to be the oldest landscaped gardens in America. The plantation housed slaves throughout the seventeen and eighteen hundreds. The plantation owner was a very wealthy early colonist and his business was harvesting rice. The slaves were from western Africa which was a place that grew a lot of rice as well, making the slaves valuable assets ...
... Sagamore farms and probably some of Maryland's most beautiful land but not the whole picture.
The kids wanted to swim at the hotel pool in the morning. Kara and I did not feel guilty for taking them out of the world for a year but with less than week before closing ...
... could rush at one time.
When the tour was over we loaded up and headed up Hwy A1A to Mayport, where we had a fantastic lunch at Singleton's Seafood Shack. This is where Guy Fieri from Diners, Drive-In's and Dives hangs out. No he was not there today, BUT, we did have our own personal air show while we ate. The Mayport Naval Station put it on for us. ...