Red Roof Inns & Suites Savannah Airport Pooler
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On Wednesday, March 16, 2016 I started my first assignment with a new trucking carrier. The owner of my truck, Tom Alumbaugh, and I decided to change the carrier my truck was leased onto from Forward Air to Landstar. It was a few months in the works, but we finally finished all of the required paperwork, changed the lettering on the truck and …
... Square - would have gotten a take away drink but NO ALCOHOL before 12;30 on a Sunday! We sat at the visitors center forever waiting on the shuttle to no avail. It was a lovely morning to just bask in the sun, people watching and enjoying the gurgling, sprinkling fountain in the center of the square. We started to follow two people that looked like they were going to the beach, thinking that they were headed to Tybee and knew the deal. Yup...they were ...
Today was our last full day in Hilton Head. Sue and I went to the beach one last time and then we relaxed by the pool. It was a great vacation. Hilton Head is a relaxing place with tons of greenery and style! Everyone was very nice. We will have to come ...
... to Whitefield Sq....then turned right and followed Taylor to Calhoun Sq then to Monterey Sq where the Jewish Synagogue is located and Chatham Sq. Theses are all about 2 blocks apart so easy to walk and explore. From Chatham we turned right towards the Savannah Rover and to Pulaski Sq then Orleans Sq. Then the modern Ellis Sq. Where they do oilseed the old square then built an underground parking garage and rebuilt the square with a ...
On Thursday, March 20th, we drove from Ormond Beach to St. Augustine. Juan Ponce de Leon, in search of the legendary Fountain of Youth, landed here in 1513 and took possession of the region for Spain. It is the oldest city in the United States. Henry Flagler developed the area as a winter resort by building a railway link from New York.
We visited the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park. Athough there is a volkswalk that starts at ...