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... Our friends were able to go in 2012 and highly recommended this program.
After a nice buffet breakfast our morning lecture titled "Streets and Squares of Savannah" was presented by our group leader, Rachel. Some of the history reminded us of South Carolina's beginnings learned the week before since the founding of Savannah actually stemmed from King George II's desire to ...
... in 1829 and required $1 million to build, it was made up of 25 million bricks, and took 18 years of toil to finish.
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... often to blame for many of the defaced tombstones, as the story goes there wasn't much else for them to do and boredom quickly took over. While you're here in Savannah, escape from the historic district to see more than just the tour book sights. Just a ten minute drive will take you out of downtown where you can find more home-style southern food. Try Sisters for some serious comfort food. Reminiscent of some of the soul food joints in New Orleans, this is ...
We are so excited to be on our way to the Savannah Airport to start our Grand European Tour. We spent the night of April 24 at the home of Phil & Dianne Jones (Larry's sis & groom) after dropping off Our Home (the Big Horn) at Low Country RV in Beaufort, S.C. for the repairs needed after the blowouts we experienced in Texas. Two good things about that...storage for the Big Horn while we are away and insurance will cover ...
... night and it was only Friday. We were calling the State parks on the hour every hour just hoping for a cancellation but were coming up with nothing. Becca recommended Blue Spring State park in Florida which is a manatee refuge where a group of manatees come every year during the winter season. Since we could not find a place in The Keys and thought it would be cool to camp with Manatees we said our thank yous and goodbyes and headed out for Blue Spring State Park.