Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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Before Savannah, I spent the couple of days beforehand in Charleston, where I really got a taste of some history through architecture. The South of Broad area is full of pre-revolutionary war homes, most of which have side facing porches to increase shade on hot days! It was a million and two degrees as I strolled through Charleston, so I can appreciate the need for such architectural innovations.
However, I was ...
... the old town in a horse & carriage around Beaufort and then lunch in Hilton Head. We're planning a nice dinner in Savannah tomorrow evening, hopefully I can get some good shots of the old estates and downtown charm of this historic city. Stay tuned for the shots in tomorrow's edition.
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... 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 ...
... were picking her up to go to the beach with them. Irene, Keith and Michelle came downstairs to wish her well. It was sad to say goodbye to her as we have really become quite good friends in the short time we have been on the tour. I don't think it will be the last time I see her.
The four of us then went to dinner down on River Street again but made it a reasonably early night as we are going to Orlando ...
... was ferocious. We had a hard time even opening the door to get out to enjoy the view. When we finally exited the view went on and on for miles. We stared out at the ocean and down at the top of the decorated roof of our Mini Cooper and asked a nice couple to shot a picture of us. Fear of being blown off the top prompted us to move inside and start the long descent to the bottom.
At the bottom there was a cute gift shops and a few exhibits with films to ...