Ramada Limited Port Savannah/Port Wentworth
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... movement in 1964 gained momentum which led to the civil rights act. We gained lots of information but will we remember it tomorrow!. We left early afternoon driving north on the i95 for another 150 miles. We have now entered the state of Georgia having travelled 1700 miles in Florida.! We have done dozens of car parks, many turns,Maggie was bibbed by this huge lorry several ...
... of the time. Today the water had a good chop to it thanks to a Tropical storm which braised the island the week before. I had a wondering time reading and watching and listening to the waves. After catching the shuttle back to the resort, I relaxed at the pool. We just hung out in the room that night, we were still tired from the drive ...
Had a comfy sleep and a breakfast at the grand dining area at 314 Habersham. The day is lovely...it's 24 and blue sky and windy. We started out Turing left out our door to Troup Square, our first to explore. It's lovely with tall Spanish Moss covered trees and a Sun Dial in the middle. The Sun Dial is a large turtle supporting a number of smaller turtles on its back....the whole historic area is about 1.5 miles square so ...
We have been to Savannah before, well if you can count
spending one day there just passing through. It was enough time though for us
to know we wanted to go back. Downtown historic Savannah is laid out in squares
for the neighborhoods..there are 22 of them and there is a park in the center
of each square. The homes and buildings around these squares are…yep…gorgeous!
While Savannah is full of history as you can imagine, after just ...
... br> Following our cruise we walked along Bull Street toward the sprawling green space of Forsyth Park. The park has four beautiful avenues of trees that converge at a central fountain and garden. It was relaxing to sit on the park benches watching the cool water flowing gently from the fountain.
We had read in the tourist information of a restaurant called Belford’s Savannah (Belford being Jan’s maiden name) ...