Super 8 Port Wentworth/Savannah
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... and Hawks/Giants and Packers games.
Thought we might spend a week here but tomorrow, we will drive back to Edisto Island to spend the week at the quiet state park on the beach relaxing and re-energizing before the next phase. It's more isolated and relaxed. This place is pretty but a little too upscale for our budget and too many people. My aren't we just turning into the recluses?
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... corner. So we drove to River Road and found the Shrimp Factory. Shirley initially thought she would get a fried shrimp po-boy, but opted to get their fried shrimp plate since it was the same thing without the bread. The slaw was seasoned just right, the hush puppies were fried to a dark crust, and the shrimp were lightly battered and fried just right. I could not decide if I should get their shrimp and grits or their shrimp ...
... with her for about 20 minutes before buying a couple of cokes and saying our goodbyes. We walked past a number of clothes shops and we thought this was a good one for air conditioning. I didn't think I would find anything but I bought a new black top at a place called Anthropologie. Their clothes are so nice as well as the colours but we just haven't had time to go clothes shopping plus we feel so fat too after our diet over here. I remember thinking we need to come ...
... in the TV series "ROOTS". They used a sandy area for the scene where Kunta Kinta was captured in Africa (Savannah)...
We then went into the Historic part of the town of Savannah (The Southern Belle). It is set along the Savannah River where there are many old buildings in the port which back in the day was a very important port of call. The roads are cobblestones or bricks along the riverfront.
The historic part of the town itself ...
... br> Off to dinner at a famous U.S. restaurant. The Cracker Barrel. Real down home country cookin. The people there were very sweet and we experienced real Southern hospitality. Not a bad meal at all.
We returned to our hotel to sleep and recharge the batteries and then we were away in the morning to head for Florida.
Titusville here we come!