Gateway Inn Savannah
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An enormous stone monument and a wrought iron fence mark the first family burial site at Wormsloe. Noble Jones was buried at Wormsloe in 1775 alongside his wife Sarah and, later, their youngest son Indigo.
Afterwards, we drove into Savannah and had decided we wanted to have lunch at Mrs. Wilkes’, but when we turned the corner, we changed our mind as the line to get in was down a half a block and ...
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We then drove to The Crab Shack on the recommendation of Mike Lynch. We think we found the right one (there are two on the island). Regardless, the food and service were very good. Shirley had one of their lunch specials – clam chowder and deviled crab. I had their low country boil – boiled shrimp, corn on the cob, potatoes, and sausage. Mighty ...
... right under your feet. River Street stretching down the banks of the Savannah River is "paved" with ballast stones. When English ships pulled into the port to pick up cargo in Savannah, they left the ballast stones behind. The stones which are hundreds of years old have held up incredibly well under all the foot, street car, trolley and car traffic. Ladies, please no heels! It's hard enough to navigate the stones in flats and you certainly wouldn't want to ...
On Monday the 4th Kasia and I awoke early and walked through the countless parks and squares of the quiet historic district which were filled with beautiful fountains and statues. The cypress trees swayed lazily and diffused the sunlight, blanketing the earth with a soft calming haze. People sat reading books and lying in the grass like lotus eaters and even while on vacation I could feel a sense of stress within me that will always keep me from ...
... and the Yamacraw tribe. They became good friends and when Tomochichi died in 1739 he was buried with full military honours in Wright Square. It was refreshing to learn about cooperation, friendship and mutual respect between settlers and the Yamacraw tribe. It is unfortunate that this was not the model for all such relationships between European settlers and indigenous people in the centuries ...