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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" ...
... tacky stalls but there were a couple artists that were interesting. ....it's Octoberfest and they even had an Om pa pa band and bratwurst tents.. Way too many people trying to have a good time. charleston is definitely more sophisticated. We walked back via Reynolds Sq., then Oglethorpe Sq.then the Colonial Cemetary and then St Johns Cathedral and then home where we cleaned the patio, killed the wasps and sat to update the ...
... a shark? They also narrate as we went down the savannah river to open water? could even see Hilton Head. See pictures lol. The vet invited us to come to his ranch in N Carolina. So, a trip to DC to see Kay and Rachel then North Carolina. Kay did we forget to mention? Lol Getting ready to leave Savannah and we did enjoy it . Needed at least another 1/2 day here. Kim is picking up the car in the morning the I think we will go take more pics of mansions and row housing that has been ...
... along the Riverfront and shop and eat. It was so nice. I got a large caramel apple and went out to sit and watch the boats go by. The weather was beautiful and the view was even better.
We visited the childhood home of Flannery O'Connor where
we learned that she was a terrible speller, yet she grew up to become a
famous writer! Her short stories and novels are even considered
... have been preserved. The taffy shop that has been there for years and years, the Waving girl statue, the cobblestone streets. I didn't care for the vendors stopping you to ply their tours. I found it similar to having to run the gauntlet in stores from the perfume ladies. Emotionally tiring and annoying. It became more of a disruption than anything else.
Savannah--would I go again. YES, without reservation. It is a city worth a long weekend of quiet discovery.