Sleep Inn & Suites Pooler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Great place to stay especially when there's a Law Enforcement convention staying here.
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So we start this next update about where the last one left off....freezing our asses off! Left Moss Point Mississippi with a hard freeze on the trailer and the wind blowing gale force but at least the sun was shining! There's always a bright side to every cloud....yep, I keep blowing that smoke up my ass hoping it will stick.
Stopped and …
... wore my black pants, white Lucky T-shirt, black shoes and my new bracelet I bought today and my choker from New Orleans. Onto the bus at 7.30 pm with about a third of the bus. We thoroughly enjoyed the historic Savannah Theatre and saw Savannah Live. The show was a mixture of all types of music from early 30-40's to now. The show was interactive and they pulled me out of my seat to dance. They were excellent and went for two hours. My favourite was the second half after ...
... window and commenced crying almost nonstop for 500 miles. Andrew seemed easier. Like he might have calmed himself, but I remember he had a 400 mile limit and we used to have to rub his feet and such. Plus I never attempted 1000 miles when he was a toddler. Toddlers need to walk around and explore. They seem to have zero imagination. So Ana just focused on her teething pain. We stopped often and let her walk around and play, but ...
... and neo-Gothic architecture. The city is very easy to walk around with a grid layout centred around stunning parks, each with a central statue or fountain. We were able to park the RV at the Savannah visitors centre and walk the one mile along historic streets to the edge of the Savannah River.
After lunch we took a riverboat cruise aboard the Georgia Queen. The Savannah River which divides the two states of South Carolina ...
... punch (historical drink from around 1850) - boy do I like history! We walked along the waterfront with our punch because you can do that in Savannah. There were large container ships on the Savannah River and we enjoyed watching them maneuver with the tugboats. We headed back to the Mulberry Inn and sat in the courtyard with a glass of wine/beer and a book.
Monday 7/8 Ate breakfast at Clary's, a diner about a ...