Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Historic District
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... streets (brick) it is a beautiful place. Just a pity you have to swim everywhere...
We stopped off at the Savannah College for Arts and Design to see the handiwork of the local students and then had an ice-cream at the famous Leopold's ice-cream parlour which has been plying its trade for 100 years. It is, apparently, the third best ice-cream parlour in the US and fifth best in the world. We assume this is a ...
We ventured out into the heat (we are loving the car air-conditioning) to stroll through the streets. Jen has not been disappointed by the buildings or local accents (Think of Forest Gump saying "life is like a box of chocolates..." and you have the right idea). In Jen's words...Savannah rocks. The historic area has grass squares dotted around with a high proportion of restored colonial and victorian buildings. It's ...
"Cadence"- the noise of several hundred men in drill formation , pounding the streets of Cape May. We were leaving the house with Margaret and Tim at 7pm when the sound of rhythmic, heavy feet could be heard coming along the road, along with the sound of their calling as they ran. The 8 week Boot Camp is held at the only training facility in USA for the Coast Guard Marines -
a tough time for them . No outside influences (i.e. ...
... scratch. He offered us a piece each, which we gladly accepted; it tasted really weird! We decided not to but any, but we did buy some chocolate covered strawberries which we ate on the wall outside, as people streamed past. After our snack, we carried on walking through the city, stopping at the old Savannah Cotton Exchange building, the exchange bell and a statue of John Wesley, who was apparently the founder of the Baptist Church, which is so popular ...
... by force. The historians proudly tell how the chief Tomo chichi loved his fellow white arrivals and got along well with them until the end of his days. Who am I to argue with him. I sure don't see any local Indians around here nowadays though, just white folk, and they all speak justa like good ol Forrest Gump.
Tonight we went to a show at the local theater called 'Savannah live'. I must admit after the first couple of numbers we looked at each other ...