Inn at Mulberry Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from Chanda. We had our Comfort break at Dublin, Georgia at 9.55 am. We handed our surveys to Chanda with our input. Andrew grabbed a coffee at the Pilot service station. We came outside and sat in some bushes on a concrete step, Chanda thought it was funny seeing us sitting in the bush of which we are so used too. Back on the road at 10.20 am. We are watching "Driving Miss Daisy". After that we had a competition on how far we have travelled. I said 2800 miles and ...
... look at the picture. 2 lousy marshmallows, 2 small pieces of random chocolate and 2 graham crax. What self respecting s'more has only 1 marshmallow? Besides, I don't eat s'mores and neither does he?
How much did he spend???? $4.10!!!! What a rip off.
In any case, we are both going to eat these stupid s'mores tonight.
Look at the picture....
BTW, who is the idiot who invented a s'more box?
School is out, and we are all packing, preparing for our journeys, saying goodbye to family, friends, and colleagues, and watching the news from Istanbul intently. Protestors and Turkish police clashed again today in Takisim Square, but as of now (early morning in Istanbul), the live video on CNN appears calm, as protestors have been pushed out with tear gas, water canons, and fire. Police ...
... already a line big enough to fill all the tables inside. The potato salad was out of this world. If in Savannah, I highly recommend taking a detour here!
For our last full day, we decided to head out to Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island. Fort Pulaski is a few miles drive outside of Savannah proper and is where in 1862 (during the American Civil War), the Army successfully tested a rifled cannon, which then rendered brick fortifications obsolete. The fort was ...
... finest examples of English Regency architecture in America. The house was designed by the young English architect William Jay (1792-1837), one of the first professionally-trained architects practicing in the United States. The elegant residence was built from 1816-1819 for cotton merchant and banker Richard Ric******* and his wife Francis Bolton. Mr. Ric*******’s brother-in-law was married to Ann Jay, ...