Residence Inn Savannah Downtown / Historic District
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We drove to the Wormsole State Historic Site this morning. As we turned the corner into the site, we first saw a neat entrance archway, and then beyond the arch was a majestic avenue, lined on either side by over 400 live oak trees. The 1.5 miles entrance to Wormsloe Historic Site takes you back to a different era - 18th-century Georgia.
Wormsloe is the only standing architectural remains in Savannah from the founding ...
... Light. The lower sixty feet of the old lighthouse was still intact, and it was decided to add to the existing structure instead of starting from the ground up. The new lighthouse was to be a first order station, consisting of masonry and metal only and was completely fireproof. This is the lighthouse that stands today. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied the Lighthouse site until 1987 when they formed a ...
... even if it kept the bugs out. The fans only pushed around the hot air. Needless to say, it was a very long day. And yikes! The boat was taking on more water and was making very loud noises that we knew were not good. And we were literally in the middle of no where so we were had no choice but to continue. And so we did. Turns out the scenery was awesome and we quickly fell in love with the low country vista. Just not the bugs.
It was under these circumstances (tense, tired, ...
... educated on the city's remarkable history and shared old stories with us. I wasn't aware that all the little parks are actually called Squares, ( there are 22 of them). If I close my eyes for a moment I felt like I have been transported back in time as I listened to the horse (Pepper was his name) clip-clop through the streets, lined with ...
... I tried a cheese and egg biscuit for breakfast, at a blue and pink diner. A biscuit tastes something like a dessert scone but somehow the combination worked. After a four hour journey to Atlanta, Janos kindly dropped me off at the greyhound depot - over an hour diversion from his destination in Athens. Thank you Janos for the time we shared together and the subsequent memories of conversations and places - I will miss your ...