Travel Blogs from Savannah
... the trolley here and walked around many of the streets looking at all the different houses.
This house has mirrors out the front. They were put there for when ladies visited, they could check their hoop dresses to make sure they were sitting perfectly before they entered the home.
Forsyth Park is where the locals still play all their sports, walk their dogs, go to concerts and just generally ...
... see the pilots training in their helicopters.
We got to Savannah at lunch time so we all scattered around the city and got lunch. We met back at the hotel for an afternoon trolley tour of the city. Savannah is beautiful.
Its a very well planned out city and has a neat grid system for their streets with lots of squares at their intersections that have parks and some sort of memorial or ...
... shifting tides and currents. About two hours into our trip, we noticed not one but two thunderstorms rapidly approaching. We had to pick up our speed whether we liked it or not as there was absolutely no place to seek shelter in the shallow water nor were there any hills or slopes to find protection from the winds and lightening. So, we started going faster. Each time we seemed to get ahead of the storms, there would be a bend in the river that placed us back in its path. But, we ...
... a public place??
Went to a fancy restaurant in a really old building, sat in the basement bar room and talked with and watched Southern women. Had two glasses of wine with a small appetizer and when I got up I figured out quickly that I was not going to driving for a bit, even walking had its challenges here and there on the cobble stone streets and steep stairs. So headed to the river front, wandered in and out of stores and sat by the river. ...
... on that once more I might kill myself. No need to fear the food is fantastic I almost die of shock when this foreign green thing called broccoli appears on my plate, I have never craved vegetables so much and happy days I've got some, it wasn't as good as the pork next to it though! The trouble with these really old buildings is that the walls are pretty thin, luckily as the ...
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