Holiday Inn Express Savannah S I-95 Richmond Hill
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... near the park is a part of the university of georgia. it had one of the most beautiful little hikes i have been on and they had a small aquarium as well.
we spent a day on tybee island, about 45min away. nice beach, not dog friendly, not even on a leash, so it wont be a place that we will come back. but it was a really nice beach town. lots of movie stars have beach houses there.
the rest of ...
... on not drinking too much tonight in prep for the dentist had failed big style as was demonstrated by me and Marc skipping along holding hands back to our motel.
Side Note: Accommodation Update.
Hotel Nights: 22
Tent Nights: 25
Camping Cabin: 10
Friends House: 1
Spending time with the Sach's has helped boost our nights in a tent, but we are still no where near our dream of 5 nights a week in a tent.
... bit odd, or very happy! We stood and obligingly laughed at his tyrade of jokes and stories for what seemed like a very long time, longer than it should take to hand over the keys to that week's tenants, and then sat down and took a collective outbreath and a "what the hell?" moment. Despite the fact we were total strangers and he didn't know what our sensitivities might be, he raced out to his car and brought us in an extremely questionable ...
... and touring the Civil War Museum and Fort McAllister. It was a beautiful day. The confederates built earthen walls that were bombproof and only during the last battle were this fort captured from the land and sea. This fort was attacked seven times by Union ironclads but it did not fall until captured in 1864 by General William T. Sherman on his March to the Sea. It is considered the ...
... so I could have my picture taken under the sign but, alas, the carpark is miles from the entrance and there are trains running between the two. I was impressed by the carpark exit sign though - "Thank y'all for coming. I will always love you, Dolly". We finally fled Pigeon Forge through the Smoky Mountains, Sound of Music style, singing to '80s easy listening radio. The Smoky's are stunning. Really beautiful. It was a long drive through ...