Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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Tonight we are returning to Leoci's, an Italian Restaurant we discovered our last time here.Before that we will check out the fountain in Forsyth Square that will pour green in honour of St. Patrick's Day, a huge celebration in this city. Tony as you can see has his "to go" cup in prep. A "To Go" cup here is the plastic cup the bartender will give you if you are ready to head home and have not finished your drink. Forget ...
... a small cup of gray soggy looking things that resembled waterlogged legumes. He was not impressed and had only one. Sheree found them "interesting" and wondered if they would be better if they had been bought somewhere other than a gas station. We have all eaten various things cooked at gas stations and know the hit and miss quality of these delicacies. We listened to country music, right wing talk radio but mostly NPR when we could find ...
... surface.) And, once we get Calliope home, we hope to be building a new house on our dream lot which became available just a few weeks ago and contributed the premature end of the Great Loop Adventure (making us Half Looped, instead of Completely Looped!) While building a home is perhaps a more sedate adventure than cruising the ocean, it will no doubt have its own gratifying moments.
And so ends our Great Adventure. Is there anything more to say? The Captain and First Mate ...
... it was incredibly too familiar...we were back at the same bus stop I had just got on at half an hour ago...the bus was going in circles!!! With only 1 bus every 2 hours and the last bus supposedly already passed I crossed my fingers we were actually headed for home this time.
About 40 minutes later we finally arrived and, relieved, I scurried home! The next morning I had a 7am bus back to Charleston in preparation for my flight to New Orleans
... and we were both doubting her directions. All the little villages we passed through were not on the map. But miracle of miracles we arrived at the huge iron gate of the villa Borgo Bastia Creti where a care taker opened it and led us to our stone house where we'll live for a week. I wish it was going to be for a year! I am in heaven. We are sharing this house with another couple, Peter and a girlfriend. More about group later. ...