- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We are leaving Savannah, GA today and sailing directly to the North Central Bahamas.
For those who are interested in a little "nuts and bolts" passage planning - Here is a link to a video of our weather router (Chris Parker) recorded this morning. I ask Chris to comment on our plan.
So, if you are interested in exactly where/when we plan to be for the next few days offshore... here it is! Video length: 5 minutes. BTW - We are "Wabi Sabi" it is our boat's ...
Ron & Gary spent some time winterizing their motorhome to get it ready for the long cold drive back to Calgary. We wished they were staying down here longer but it was time for them to set off on their new adventure. We waved them off and hoped the weather would be kind to them!!
... squares in Savannah), cobbled streets, oak trees and towering old cotton warehouses. River street, along the Savannah River was a great place to people watch. The bars along there serve 'roadies', meaning you can ask for your drinks to take away. It was also the first time we saw southern stem boats, painted in classic white with red paddles.
Savannah also has the first African Baptist church, built in 1775.
Savannah is a very cute southern town, full of charm and history. ...
... The General and his settlers founded Savannah, England's 13th and last colony, in February 1733. General Sherman spared destruction of the city and offered Savannah to President Lincoln on Christmas Day 1864 as a present.
Our first square was Pulaski Square; laid out in 1837. We walked past the famous Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room which serves family style Southern lunches. We passed Clarey's Cafe; featured in "Midnight in the Garden of ...
... by force. The historians proudly tell how the chief Tomo chichi loved his fellow white arrivals and got along well with them until the end of his days. Who am I to argue with him. I sure don't see any local Indians around here nowadays though, just white folk, and they all speak justa like good ol Forrest Gump.
Tonight we went to a show at the local theater called 'Savannah live'. I must admit after the first couple of numbers we looked at each other ...