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... for the kitchen counter space.
After leaving the Visitor's Center we walked to the end of the block trying to decide where to go. We quickly realized that it was just too cold to wander about so we headed by to the car. We rode around and looked at some of the gorgeous old homes, then rode down the main street of Beaufort. There appeared to be some nice shops there but I'm not interested in shopping so we didn't stop.
... to walk and explore. Habersham runs sort of North east so we set off first to check out Forsyth Park Via Jones then Bull St.. Through Monterey Sq. Forsyth Square is large and lush and has a lovely fountain in the middle. Today there was a Walk for Cancer and there were hundreds of families walking around the park. This is definitely a city for young party types as it appears you can buy and walk with your drinks? Lots ...
... there didn’t seem to be quite as much. Savannah, however, is very
industrial, especially along their seaport on the Savannah River. It was very
busy. We even saw a large, very large, freighter coming in with a load of
containers. It was mammoth coming through the waterfront and reminded me that
the port has an important function..it’s not just a place for tourists to enjoy the
restaurants, retail stores and watering holes along that ...
... decided it should be our destination for dinner. The restaurant specializes in seafood and steak and we enjoyed a beautiful seafood dinner. Inside the restaurant are photographs of the Belford family who ran a wholesale food company on the site. W. T. Belford purchased the building in 1913 from Savannah’s Hebrew community. The company was an integral part of the City Market, the bustling social and commercial heart of early ...
... the front as the most popular Savannah destination but it was such a delightful museum full of old trains, documentary movies, a smoke stack, a children's play area and my husband's favorite - a fully operational old time steam engine train that takes visitors for rides!!!
We arrived hearing the whistle of the steam train blowing and watching the operator (in blue jeans coveralls) starting to prep the train for the next ride full of visitors. We boarded ...