Ramada Limited Port Savannah/Port Wentworth
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... and shop fronts. It is so old and so charming. This is the actual location farmers and merchants first brought their wares. Oh the stories that could be told from their experiences. Must have been very tough.
Lunch had to include fried green tomatoes, little morsels of goodness from heirloom tomatoes still hard green, spiced, buttermilk dipped and fried, tempura like, with a subtle mayo of paprika and chili garlic spice. Our waitress ...
... as the city to busy to hate, they make 270 billion a year, also known as Hotlanta. The city has around 450,000 people. We crossed over about five different Peach Tree streets which makes it a little confusing. You can try about 60 different coca cola products in their World of Coke. It's 12.25 pm now and everyone is out having lunch through the downtown Financial district. The city is large and just like going to a major city. There is an aquarium and we saw ...
We are on our way again moving south for the winter. Our first major stop was at a Georgia State Park located south of Savannah on the banks of the Ogeechee River.This scenic park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy (Fort McAllister). The earthworks were attacked seven times by Union ironclads but did not fall until 1864 -- ending Gen. William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea.” We explored the grounds with ...
This is a city I keep coming back to every year. It has a beautiful layout, numerous parks. great food, and nice people. The river front is always active but fun to watch the people and of course, stop to get a praline. Everytime I've been there has been someone singing and playing an instrument of some sort by the waterfront. Since I'm part Irish, I also like the Irish music at Kevin Barry's Irish Pub.
... was ok because we had another lighthouse on our itinerary for later in the afternoon.
Our phones were going bananas with weather alerts but luckily for us, the alerts were not for the Savannah area but rather for our home town of Orlando. We called our cat sitter and a few neighbors to make certain everything was fine and then moved on to our next stop: The Tybee Island Lighthouse and Museum.
We had a bit of a GPS malfunction getting there ...