The Mulberry Inn
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Quick trip to Folly Beach, which was just as I had pictured it.
Back in the car and a short ride to Savannah, Georgia. T-shirt weather, great for walking.
We saw Johnny Mercer's(Moon River) house, General Sherman's house, many parks, squares, and fountains, an old synagogue , a Cathedral and ...
About a 4 hour drive from Lake Greenwood brought us to Hilton Head Island, and this lovely resort that we've never stayed in before. I think we're going ...
... with Spanish moss hanging from above. It gave the campground a sort of eerie feeling, dark all the time even if the sun was out. The campground was sufficient as it was just outside on the outskirts of Savannah. A short drive to the old downtown.
On Saturday we went to discover Savannah. We again took a trolley ride to see all the highlights of old Savannah. It is a charming downtown area.....in the spring ...
... is very hot and humid. The challenge for early settlers was to stay alive with Yellow Fever and Malaria rampant. The original vision was to build a town without slaves, Catholics or Lawyers. In the event all three became essential for their hard work. The town was built by Scottish peers,trading in cotton and lumber with the labour of slaves and then of Irish labourers on the railroads.
... I'm pretty sure Al has ADD so we covered them all pretty quickly (but got some great photos!)
We debated lunch for a while. I'm on this kick to try "la comida typica," a term I stole from Around the World in 80 Plates (Bravo reality show), and want to eat the local cuisine in each city we visit. I decided being in the low country of Savannah I wanted some true low country boil, something I was introduced to a while ago by some of our best friends. We found a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center