Inn at Mulberry Grove
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... br> The old theatre in town is prepping for the Savannah Music Festival next week. The Food and Wine Festival just finished. There is always something to participate in year round. The evening is beautiful, perfect for strolling. We kept to residential neighbourhoods rarely meeting anyone. Men walking their pups before sleep.
Many of the homes around the squares are lit up at night until later. The gas lanterns flicker. Must be the ghosts.
... what one I want either. Anyway we arrived back at the hotel and our bags were still downstairs so we brought them back up so we could do a final washing load. Andrew went and put it on and we both re packed our bags ready for the flight including re packing the forever bag. We will be late for dinner because our washing isn't done yet. We decided by 6.45 pm it was time to rip up the dryer and turn it around again and leave and go to dinner. The laundry is in the ...
... monthly passes which I understand. It was closed when we arrived initially but it was open when we got back at 2:30 so it worked out perfectly. The bathroom is modern and the shower is large and nice. Internet is free too which is great. A lot of value here and you are right on bay street which is a central walk to everything downtown and only a short walk across the street and down the steps (be careful those are a doosy!) to River Street.
We went ...
... We ended up seeing quite a few and got some photos and video. We spent about half an hour with the dolphins and it was great. Then we travelled back again.
When we got within about 15 mins of the dock Chris said he felt bad and then fainted. I won't go into details on a public forum, but it was not a good time. Fortunately a local restaurant allowed us to sit there for as long as we needed and gave us water. We ended up ...
... left England in the fall of 1932 to establish a colony in Georgia. After determining the site, Oglethorpe designed a plan for the new town. It consisted of wards, with each ward have a large square (garden) in thd middle with 8 blocks surrounding it (4 large blocks and 4 small blocks). The four large blocks were called tything blocks and the four smaller blocks were trust ...