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Travel Blogs from Savannah
Mrs Henry, after clearing up the topographical misunderstanding, enthused about the variety and range of peanuts produced in the greater Kingaroy area, the roasted chilli peanut earning a specific mention.
It had our Virginian shopkeeper shaking his head continuously in astonishment.
“Maaah, d’re’s so much you can with pee nuts”, he declared, “D’re’s no end to it, yes indee-dee.”
... used as rice plantations... We were looking for alligators, after about the half way point we were a little disappointed .... not a gator in sight.... We were taking pictures of beautiful birds, butterflies, trees and flowers searching with the binoculars, on the look out for alligators....but alas we were pleasantly surprised, we ended up seeing so many huge alligators...in the water and ...
After leaving Hilton Head, we decided to stop and explore Savannah en route to St. Augustine. We ended up spending most of the day here and had a great time. On a side note, one of the things I have noticed changing significantly as we work our way south is the roadkill. Along the way we have seen deer, racoons and unidentifiable rodents but in South Carolina and Georgia the roadkill king is the armadillo. ...
... my good friend Amy S. who used to live in Savannah. They were spot on - Kelly had the Special Platter (various seafoods in low country boil) and I had the deviled crabs which were delicious! I ate most of Kelly's stone crab and snow crab too! Delicious! Very messy but they had a sink to wash in right out by the tables!
Back to Savannah, then a walk on River Street. We went to the River House Inn to have a ...
March 29th - Midnight in the Garden. . . .We've just arrived in Savannah. Unfortunately, it was midnight when we arrived, so we did not see much other than the outside of the beautiful inn in which we're staying. It's called the Hamilton-Turner house and is on Lafayette Square.
A bit of history on Savannah - it was founded in 1733 by James Oglethorpe. Oglethorpe and 113 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking