Eliza Thompson House
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I hadn't been to Savannah in 7 years, since I graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2003, so I was a little anxious to go back and reminisce and see how it had changed. I wanted to show my husband my old 'hood, where I hung out, where I lived and most importantly the charm that is so innately Savannah.
We stayed at the Eliza …
... back to Savannah and took the trolley again but this time got off at a few places to walk around. Savannah is a beautiful city with many squares or parks throughout the city.
We are heading to Charleston, SC tomorrow and are keeping watch on the weather. It should be on the cold side but not as cold as a little north where there is lots of snow.
On the road again following our Christmas hiatus, and enjoying the seafood at Tubby's on the river near Savannah. S is picturesque as ever and well worth a stop if you can find a place to park. The 70 degree day brought out a hoard of other tourists. Now it's time to fix up and restock the camper at Gary's in Statsboro and then head for the music scene in ...
Not much to say today as mostly spent on the road from Orlando to Savannah, Georgia. Poor Caragh is suffering from a bad chest cough. Cold got to her, so picked up medicine on departure. Car was full of sleeping family, except Lachy who was brotherly enough to let siblings sleep on his lap. Broke trip up with stop in St Augustine. Very historic town from days of Spanish pirates, with Americas oldest fort as ...
... Beef Stew Cabbage, Snap Peas, Macaroni & Cheese, Butter Beans, Black-eyed Peas, Rutabega, Squash, Rice & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yams, Pickled Beets, Red Rice, Collard Greens, Okra & Tomatoes, Brown Rice, Potato Salad, Apple Salad, Macaroni Salad, English Peas & Noodles, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw
and I'm.....full. Oh and the drink was sweet tea. (Iced tea with about a cup of sugar in ...
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