Hawthorn Suites Savannah Airport
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... to stock up for the four nights at Jingle Bells Cottage, Savannah. When we were finally on our way again it was Debbie's turn to drive, she was becoming a dab hand, she would tell you different! The journey was more scenic now as we passed the estuarial waters of South Carolina, there was more rain but it became less heavy and the temperature outside remained at around 33c (92f) throughout. I must mention a sign outside one of the many churches of the many denominations we ...
... pretty much ignored us. They don't allow you to see the current house because people still live in it today. However, you can see it a little bit from the road while driving on the property. We got on the interstate and started to head back home around 4 PM. It was a great vacation. We are both glad that we finally got to experience the beauty of Savannah and feel the amount of time we had there was ...
... on the main street in town and went back to our sancuary of the 'live oak campsite'.
It was good sleeping this week because of the cooler evenings. With all these good nights of sleep we found plenty of time and more energy to tour one more old harbor Civil War site, Fort Pulaski. This fort was constructed to defend the city of Savannah, as part of a coastal fortification system adopted by president James Madison after the War of 1812. It ...
... really sketchy about James and his intentions. I'm 100% sure he is into me.
I guess he could see I wasn't having fun with all this so he took me over the road to go glass blowing. The guy who ran the glass shop (lets call him peter) was also gay, and I guess a friend of James' because they seemed to know eachother pretty well.Peter gave us a demonstration and then asked if I wanted to have a go. Of course I want to have a go, ...
... There are many garden squares with old southern mansions surrounding them. There are beautiful tree lined streets with gorgeous houses. We even saw a group of Southern Belles having afternoon tea with the big hats on :)
We went to Chippewa Square which was where Forest Gump sat on the park bench waiting for the bus and made the famous quote "LIFE IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES". There is no park bench there now.
It rained on and ...