Masters Inn Savannah Garden City
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... turn up, Chanda was a no show no surprise there. We walked back, it was a lovely evening and a good chance to move after such a lovely meal. The bus came for the others and a second was coming for the rest. We went straight into the laundry and found everything dry. After packing it into our suitcases we skyped Becca who was taking mornos up to Max at the Men's Shed. She's going to call back. Red 2 is on TV, Andrew and I are watching that, it was on the other night ...
... Then for dessert they did not have what we wanted because the private party had eaten up all the desserts so the chef made us something special and on the plate was written “You are always welcome here” and then they drew around the plate with oil and SET IT ON FIRE! It was so amazing. I felt after this tragedy of a vacation it was appropriate and needed to have one good meal. And we did that. It cost more than our hotel but it was fantastic!!! We ...
... Chippewa") that Forrest Gump sat on a bench with his box of chocolates.
Monday evening we met met our good friends Randy and Renee, who had driven from Pennsylvania. We hadn't seen them for several years so it was awesome to be able to meet up. Randy and Donald have been friends for close to 30 years, and seeing them again was like old times. We had dinner at the Dockside, a small restaurant on the Savannah River. ...
... have told him. Ghost???
After checking out, we headed south out of Charleston on Hwy 17, no interstate for us today. At the innkeeper's advice we stopped in Beaufort, SC. It's another old town with a lot of character and history. From there we decided we might as well drive to the coast and check out Hunting Island State Park.
This side trip may be one of the highlights of our ...
... coffee routine down pat, I’m not coping well!
I was a very snappy little Miss barking directions out to Chris when we were in the car in search of our breakfast stop this morning. Don’t quote me but there may have been a few eye rolls and huffs and puffs in there too. The cafe we were in search of, ‘The Sentient Bean’ had been recommended by many locals and travellers alike and got a mention in the Lonely Planet ...