Super 8 Port Wentworth/Savannah
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I never should have jumped to the end. . . North Carolina and South Carolina are submerged. In addition, due to years of neglect of infrastructure maintenance, roads and bridges and dams and levees are in a state of collapse or uncertain safety. Interstates, bridges, rails are closed. Cities are without drinking water and plumbing. Charleston remains closed as does Columbia the Capitol costing the state millions of dollars ...
... everywhere and the
spiders that had made little mud enclosures near the top of the
shower stalls did not make them overnight! I got our broom and swept
them out and cleaned them. Not what I wanted to be doing in the
humidity of the shower stalls but needed to be done so we could get
out of there. A bright green frog that was about 8cms hopped down
from the top of the shower while I was cleaning. All I can say is I
am glad no one was in there when that ...
... turns driving all night. We left around 9:30 PM. Duncan slept the whole way. We had to rent a car at the last minute because Don's truck lost its air conditioning. The grounds of the Island Links Resort is very well managed. The clubhouse is very spacious. They even had a complimentary shuttle to and and from the beach which is about 1.1 miles away. The pool area ...
... as the city to busy to hate, they make 270 billion a year, also known as Hotlanta. The city has around 450,000 people. We crossed over about five different Peach Tree streets which makes it a little confusing. You can try about 60 different coca cola products in their World of Coke. It's 12.25 pm now and everyone is out having lunch through the downtown Financial district. The city is large and just like going to a major city. There is an aquarium and we saw ...
... I am LOVING it!!! More to come in next post.
What I learned:
- Living on the water with wild life is so soothing and healing for me. Living like this will have to go on my priority list for the next place I live - fun when I discover things I like rather than things I don't like
- It is a bummer to be alone in a restaurant because when I am with another or others I get to taste more dishes. So much wonderful food for a ...