Holiday Inn Express Savannah S I-95 Richmond Hill
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... watched as worshipers came to light candles in prayer. After about 45 minutes we exited the church and made our way to the nearby square/park to sit down a moment and study a map to see where to go next.
We decided to venture over to Forsyth Park. The park was huge. It had beautiful grounds and park benches everywhere, places for sports, playgrounds for children and an absolutely gorgeous fountain chalk full of cute little angels (I think) playing what ...
... 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 ...
... On March 19, he is believed to have addressed a throng of enthusiastic Savannahians from the unusual cast-iron veranda on the south facade.
In 1830, planter, congressman, lawyer, and mayor of the city, George Welshman Owens, purchased the property for $10,000 . It remained in the Owens family until 1951 when Miss Margaret Thomas, George Owens’ granddaughter, bequeathed it to the Telfair Museum of ...
Hi y'all from the South.
The touring party awoke on Day 10 to torrential rain. Mmmmm what to do. What would you expect?
Actually they do appear to have taken in a couple of sights before the eating and drinking began. In true southern style though lunch was a combination of crab cakes, shrimp, corn bread and grits washed down with peach and bourbon cocktails. I do believe Kaf and the ladies needed to retire to their rooms, after ...