The Brice, A Kimpton Hotel
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... Beach for a quick lunch, on our way to meet Gary & Marianne in Jacksonville, Florida where they are picking up their new motorhome. We bypassed Savannah, Georgia but will backtrack with them as they head north. As we follow the pretty fall colours on our drive south the landscaped is becoming flat & the vegetation is changing to trees we don't recognize at all. We passed cotton fields, some with huge bales ...
... squares in Savannah), cobbled streets, oak trees and towering old cotton warehouses. River street, along the Savannah River was a great place to people watch. The bars along there serve 'roadies', meaning you can ask for your drinks to take away. It was also the first time we saw southern stem boats, painted in classic white with red paddles.
Savannah also has the first African Baptist church, built in 1775.
Savannah is a very cute southern town, full of charm and history. ...
... time to miss all of the St. Patrick's day parade (claimed to be the United States' second largest). But just in time to see the after effects of a raucus morning party and with enough daylight left to celebrate with some old friends (Hi John, LoPo and Connor!). The outdoor party in Savannah had a lot of green in the crowd and I had my first green beer... Tastes about the same as non-green beer though. The live music I must say was less ...
... Then for dessert they did not have what we wanted because the private party had eaten up all the desserts so the chef made us something special and on the plate was written “You are always welcome here” and then they drew around the plate with oil and SET IT ON FIRE! It was so amazing. I felt after this tragedy of a vacation it was appropriate and needed to have one good meal. And we did that. It cost more than our hotel but it was fantastic!!! We ...