Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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... being made, the machine working away like new yet the sign above it said 1914. Never missed a beat, like clockwork it turned out sweet after sweet, all wrapped up and ready to be eaten. The guy working it was throwing little samples at the crowd buy the stuff. It worked on julie at $10 later we are walking out the shop carrying a bag full. One more beer and we are both ready for bed, we make the 3 minute walk back to the hotel and turn in for the ...
Lunch was at the 17Hundred90 Inn in the Historic District. Another delicious meal!
We would walk off some calories afterward in heading to the Isaiah Davenport House. Here our guide would reveal some details of life in 19th century Savannah, with emphasis ...
... Moon Brewery. Josh inhaled his plate of BBQ Ribs and I tried out the fried greenn tomatoes with crab salad. Yummy! Topped only by the Creme Brulee Cheesecake we had for dessert. Quite possibbly the best cheesecake I have EVER had!
No formal tour group plans for today (Friday) meant that we enjoyed a sleep in - wooo hooo! Once we were up and going Josh and I headed on a bus into the burbs for a bit of retail therapy. Josh wanted to add to his ...
... of Pooler taking in the sights at the Mighty 8th Air Force Museum. If you are a fan of military history this museum should be placed on your not to be missed list! We didn't visit last time we were here and I can only assume that it is because it hadn't been built yet - it is not like me to miss a military museum! Rather than sharing with you the fascinating history of this group I will just share a link to the museum: ...
Excuse the local pronunciation of Georgia, as usual, I can't resist getting into the vernacular pronunciation. Lynnie, Lisa and I spent a summer in north Georgia in nineteen seventy one, which is forty years ago, believe it or not. We lived in Blue Ridge and I worked at a construction site just over the border in Copper Hill, Tennessee. A great summer, which brought rains like they hadn't had in twenty years! Nothin' like spoilt okra hanging on the ground ...