Sleep Inn I 95 North Savannah
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Tonight we are returning to Leoci's, an Italian Restaurant we discovered our last time here.Before that we will check out the fountain in Forsyth Square that will pour green in honour of St. Patrick's Day, a huge celebration in this city. Tony as you can see has his "to go" cup in prep. A "To Go" cup here is the plastic cup the bartender will give you if you are ready to head home and have not finished your drink. Forget ...
... and waffle fries. It was really nice and fresh with a real breast of chicken, Mayo and pickles. We had quick look around and went into the CNN HQ shop and bought an Atlanta magnet. On the way out we bought a T-shirt for Twizzle which was bright tye dye with a nice pattern and Atlanta on it. That's where we got the Christmas decoration too. I thought we best get our souvenirs now because we are supposed to be on the outskirts tonight about 6 miles. An hour is nearly ...
... on Daufuskie Island. We are nearly to the Marina.
Have you ever had a fantasy that you would be on a barrier island with the person you love most in the world? Well I have. My dream come true happened on Daufuskie Island. I had never heard of this island before.
The yacht we boarded to my surprise was not a cruise ship. It was an original ship built in 1919 out of ...
... Squares, 22 in all, which have some historical significance. Some have elaborate fountains, monuments to war heroes but all have lovely shady resting areas with park benches under Live oaks and huge great Magnolia trees. After an evening in a restaurant, we walked back to our hotel through the squares, sat on the odd bench and listened to a couple of musicians playing jazz. Not bad! I think in my mind that after reading "In the Garden of good ...
... was ferocious. We had a hard time even opening the door to get out to enjoy the view. When we finally exited the view went on and on for miles. We stared out at the ocean and down at the top of the decorated roof of our Mini Cooper and asked a nice couple to shot a picture of us. Fear of being blown off the top prompted us to move inside and start the long descent to the bottom.
At the bottom there was a cute gift shops and a few exhibits with films to ...