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... 250 kms from Anniston to Athens, which was the beginning of our “Antebellum trail” drive. We are glad to have done this little diversion, as it is quite a different picture from the noisy freeway road stops of the last few days. The towns along this route are very nice little historic snapshots… first Athens with its University of Georgia, and then Watkinsville with its 18th tavern, and Madison with its multi-blocks of 19th C ...
... they are cast iron painted faux marble.
We walked to the Lafayette Square on our way to the Cathedral and decided to have lunch there. Yep, Adkins bars and water again. Jerry was getting a little shaky so after the bar he also ate the M&M's. He thinks maybe because he's been eating the Ezekial cereal each morning which has absolutely no carbs may be the reason he's having a sugar drop.. As soon as the sugar got into his system he felt fine ...
... the beach for sunset. Beautiful beaches here. Soft fine sand and a colourful sunset. LOTS of hotels/ resorts... Then we headed back to a restaurant Jim had eaten at about 30 years ago called Hudson's. It was good but it didn't match Jim's memories of his prior experience. After dinner, we headed back home - about an hour ...
... emergency stop to wait out the fog. The Good Captain reported being surrounded by dolphins and being able to hear them but not see them. She said it was a very eerie experience, hearing them break water and catch their breath in the fog. Lucky for us, there was no fog or clouds and the view was awesome, complete with dolphins that could be seen and heard.
We will remember that anchorage for a very long time. Not only was it memorable for its beauty and solitude, it was here that ...
... out of their rooms with dogs on leashes, incredible.
First we do a River Boat cruise on the Savannah Harbour on the Georgia Queen and then we take the Old Town Trolley Tour through the historic district to look at all the homes. This is a Hop On Hop Off type bus tour. It was the most amazing experience...Paul and I were overwhelmed at the beauty ...