Savannah - Days Inn Airport Entrance
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... of the hill was a line of candy stores, junk shops, awesome bars and cool cafes. I had called my nephew, that lives nearby, and we agreed to meet at a cafe that was in an old warehouse overlooking the bay. I hadn't seen Scoot since his dad, my brother died almost 9 years ago. We had a wonderful lunch and caught up on stuff. We didn't go eat at Paula Dean's, but went by the place, and yep there was a line outside. ...
... overlook the Skidaway Narrows channel of the Savannah River. The soldiers were watching for the possible threat of Union ships slipping into the area.
Toward the end of the week we ventured off to Tybee Island, a tourist hotspot which was supposed to show us the outer beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Ah... don't bother. Our opinion--this area is too commercialized, a complete 'bust', and don't GO! We dropped some money for a cheap lunch, ...
... in Georgia and it is beautiful. It made its money in slavery and cotton which have now, thankfully, given way to paper, aeronautics, the military and tourism. The locals are quite proud of the place and are in general a terribly friendly a polite bunch. Jen loves it when people say 'yes Ma'am'.
We made our way to the waterfront of the Savannah River and saw the old warehouses and cotton exchange; the place ...
... surrounded by trees and was pristine - Savannah is really a very beautiful city. We climbed back into the car and headed onwards towards our hotel, which is slightly outside of the city. After checking in, christening our ride BwagPo in honour of his license plate, and grabbing dinner at Wendy's (oh so healthy!) we retired to bed. We've had a long day today and we have an even longer one tomorrow, but we're already hugely enjoying ourselves....we love our roadtrip! Deej ...
... us to imagine where he could run to. The answer, nowhere. We then proceeded to a square where all the slaves where buried... The last house we stopped at was pure evil, and not one member of our group where brave enough to go near. Completely abandoned for 40 years, everybody throughout history who lived there has died, or left screaming. He had plenty of picture of nasties in the windows on his handy iPad. I don't know if reading this gives enough impression of ...