Towneplace Suites Savannah Airport
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... of local oysters washed down by with an IPA.
Still feeling hungry we headed off to the Olde Pink House restaurant. An old plantation house dating back over 200 years. The upper levels are a restaurant and the basement has been converted into a moody bar, replete with grand piano. We chose the bar option as no reservation was required and they offered the full restaurant menu.
We were undecided on what to order, so ...
... walk from here. As we left the B&B, we got a little shower which was cool and cooling. But the more we walked, the heavier it got, until it was pouring when we got to the shop. As usual, there was a line out the front which took us 15 minutes to get to the front of. After walking in the rain and a 15 minute wait, this ice cream had to be the best we'd ever had. Now, I'm no ice cream expert, but Ben and Jerry's was better than ...
... communal square at the center of the ward. The squares were designated as the neighborhood gathering spot where they held holiday celebrations and neighborhood meetings, set up markets, and generally used as a local hangout. Today the squares are decorated with statues, fountains, plaques and beautiful aromatic flowers that bloom continuously throughout the year. As we were sauntering through some of the squares we randomly bumped into Berta and Curt, a ...
... proudly broadcast their former status. There is a willful ignorance of the horrors that enabled the plantation lifestyle.
Would, you wonder, Americans – the liberators of Europe - countenance a Recreational Vehicle haven, or perhaps a luxury resort (with golf course) at the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp, with little ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ fridge magnets for sale in the gift shop?
We entered the South via Virginia, where ...