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... many many different movies shot in town, and he pointed out the places where they were filmed. The roads are narrow, lined with trees, have grassy mediums and some are cobblestones. We found a street that led down to the water front that was paved with ballast stones from the sailing ship of bygone times. That road was very steep and needless to say, bumpy, go 2 mph bumpy, shake the windows bumpy, but we overcame. At ...
Savannah, Georgia -- Called a 'cab' for a ride into Savanah, Georgia. Upon arriving into the heart of the downtown district we see a very familiar face. Well looky there, it's Forrest Gump.... his name is Forrest Gump! In my opinion, this movie is the greatest nostalgic film ever made, the most thought out historical drama/comedy/musical ever created, and a most endearing love story. As the cab drove up to the curb I ran over and sat next to Forrest, he had ...
... from crutches. While exploring the Historic District by foot, pay close attention to the plaques on buildings and historic markers. You may find yourself standing on a former burial plot, with the unfortunate souls still underground! If you explore the Colonial Park Cemetery look closely at the headstones; you may find an eleven year old who was survived by his seventeen year old wife and 12 year old son! Union soldiers encamped on the cemetery ...
... a creek. (We spent a while debating what the difference between a creek and a stream is....apparently "the difference is size: you can step over a brook, jump over a creek, wade across a stream, and swim across a river" - thank you Google!) Throughout the drive, we also noticed lots of eagles hovering over the road - every couple hundred yards there was another group of them. We couldn't see clearly what type they were, but they were ...
... at it, but it's good clean fun.
We do like to try (where we can) to avoid the touristy stuff, and find some the local hang outs. This wasn't to hard as Savannah has the Arts and Design university with some 30 thousand young students studying here (they run this city being over 10% of the population). It gives the place a vibrancy with their tattoos, and multi coloured hair, sitting in vege cafes. Not quite the southern fried chicken joints I was ...