Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Savannah-Pooler
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... br> Took off from Terri's hoping our luck had changed and we made it about 45 minutes and then fate rears it's ugly head.....flat tire on the trailer....no big deal except the Walmart we need is at the exit behind us (I can see it from where we pulled over under the over pass) and the nearest way to get back to it is 15 miles down the road to the next exit and then back. Still no problem....well maybe a small problem, 7 tire changes in front of ...
... t even a place to pay. We felt bad so took all the other students dishes back in which the guy cleaning up was chuffed about then left! Said our goodbyes to the French and ozzy girl that had tagged along with our English friends Sam and Katie who we isn't get to say goodbye to after they had a monumental argument in the hotel. Drove on up to orlando, after spending a couple hours driving round Miami in search of a bikini car wash and ...
... taking photos to try and get photos of orbs. I took two, of the information of the murder. It wasn't really my thing. The second location was in an old Shipping supplies store. The tour company had basically set it up so you go in and an actor starts telling you more ghost stories. I couldn't understand him half the time. He spoke to fast for me to pick up what he was saying.
Highlight: Doggie ...
Unfortunately for us (as so often happens it seems when we have only 3 days for a trip), the weather was calling for rain, rain and more rain. With this ominous forecast, Dario and I woke super early to have breakfast and be on our way in an effort to try and beat the afternoon showers so familiar to us living in the south. Our first stop was top on our "to do list" for Savannah, The Bonaventure Cemetery and Gardens. Famous poets and army ...
... br> Off to dinner at a famous U.S. restaurant. The Cracker Barrel. Real down home country cookin. The people there were very sweet and we experienced real Southern hospitality. Not a bad meal at all.
We returned to our hotel to sleep and recharge the batteries and then we were away in the morning to head for Florida.
Titusville here we come!