Suburban Extended Stay Abercorn
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... Cathedral. It was beautiful inside and out. We went in and gave a donation for the upkeep of the church. The altar was decorated in pink and white hydrangeas with white and green elephant ears for contrast. It was gorgeous. I lit a candle and prayed for my mother and brother who died three years ago. Yesterday was the 3rd anniversary of her death. I also prayed for my brother Greg who had emergency ...
... NOLA could furnish on a non-holiday weekend... so that was a little bit of a bummer. I was a fan of being able to have "road drinks", Savannah and New Orleans both allow you to have alcohol on the street as long as it's not in a glass container (the solo cup lobby clearly has a strong hold in the deep south).
After some afternoon revelry I went with some former AT&T co-workers to a Mexican restaurant for dinner. Let's ...
... complete works!
you've never read anything by O'Connor, I suggest you do a little
research before you begin reading her work and determine if that's the
type of literature you're interested in. To help, think of a female
version of a cross between Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King.
The best part about Savannah was how easy it was to figure out where we were because it's laid ...
... green space, historical statues and benches. As well, the buildings in sight are all beautiful. It`s hard not to stop and stare at something, or relax on a bench and take it all in. From memory I think the mayor of Savannah gave the city up during the Revolutionary (?!??) War, and gave the British the run of the city, to prevent it being destroyed. 250 years later, I can only say "Good move Mayor!!" We walked up to Leopold's ...
... Head airport had large commercial jets were taking off overhead in intervals at certain times... very low and noisy. There was also a long wide sand bar trap dividing two fairways somewhere in the middle holes. I think one very large green was shared by two holes, one being the 17th maybe. I never saw a green with two flags before that. Just a superb golfing experience that day though.