Hampton Inn Savannah - I-95 North
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... 7.00 am so we came back up to our room and finished packing. Have to clean our teeth before brekky again today. Everyone was waiting down at brekky at 6.55 am, buggar it's going to be a feeding frenzy at the zoo again and it was! I had a couple of pieces of toast with jelly and a yoghurt. It was nice, Andrew had cereal and toast too. Andrew loaded $2000 extra into our account ready for the cruise. We should have around $6800 to cover the cruise just in case we ...
... Refuge. Within sight of a container port and paper mill, we drove a 4 mile loop thru the refuge where we saw tons of different birds and the occasional gator. Back to the cabin by 6, we were entertained by the weird looking ducks while having bevies on the deck. Kath made a great pork roast for a late ...
... collection and I am starting to throw out some of the old stuff I brought over here - 3 weeks in and I'm already sick of these clothes!
Back into the Historic District where our hotel is located and I left Josh at the hotel to explore the houses and squares with my camera lens. Mercifully today was at least 10 degrees cooler, which made wandering around much more enjoyable
Then to the ballgame! Unfortunately due to the time of year ...
... watched as worshipers came to light candles in prayer. After about 45 minutes we exited the church and made our way to the nearby square/park to sit down a moment and study a map to see where to go next.
We decided to venture over to Forsyth Park. The park was huge. It had beautiful grounds and park benches everywhere, places for sports, playgrounds for children and an absolutely gorgeous fountain chalk full of cute little angels (I think) playing what ...
Here, in Savannah, dramatic architecture from centuries ago mingles with trendy downtown boutiques and microbreweries. You can get lost in old cathedral's, old homes and just people watching. Our first stop was the 1835 Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist which was nearly destroyed by a fire on February 6, 1898. By October 28, 1900 it was rebuilt to it's present form. Since we were in town during Christmas time ...