Hyatt Regency Savannah
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... to have an afternoon siesta today so approx 3pm we head back to the hotel. Dinner was at Fiddlers Crab Shack, right on the riverfront. I had crab cake and julie had Shrimp PO Boy, mine was a crab cake in a bun with fries and Julie's was deep fried shrimp in a baguette . Both were really good and very reasonable at only about $15 each, a couple of drinks and still only Forty bucks. After, we walk back up to market place and visit the sweet shop to watch ...
... from Spanish Florida and French Louisiana. In an example of some of the earliest "Southern hospitality", he was greeted by Tomochici, the Yamacraws, and John and Mary Musgrove, Indian traders. (Mary Musgrove often served as a translator.)
The city of Savannah was founded on that date. Because of the friendship between Oglethorpe and Tomochici, Savannah was able to flourish unhindered by the warfare that marked the beginnings of many ...
... was met by Hannah, who picked me up and took me to her place where I would be staying the night.
We arrived, she cooked spicy pulled chicken burgers and invited her sister, brother and housemate to eat with us. We were all gettin along really well, and were all amazing people. It was something I really needed after the ****** experience in Savannah. We all headed down the road and had a few beers before comin back and crashing ...
... On our second day in Savannah we managed to meet a number other Australians with interesting stories. Visiting a beautiful historic home which is now a museum - the Telfair Academy, one of the attendants recognised our accents and told us about a coffee place owned by an Australian. And of course you know that a coffee place is always of great interest so we (Helen,Clive, Chris and Richard) headed there to check it out. Lori is the owner, she is Australian, ...
... we went to an absolutely amazing song and dance show called "Savannah Sings". It consisted of music from the 60's, 80's and 90's - everything from broadway hits ("Phantom of the Opera") to Elvis, Elton John, The Village People and even Tina Turner. By the end end of the show, everyone was certainly dancing in their seats. What a great way to end a very full day!