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... Most of Savannah's squares are named in honor or in memory of a person, persons or historical event, and many contain monuments, markers, memorials, statues, plaques, and other tributes.
These once open squares are now filled with large trees and greenery and are very beautiful and tranquil places in the midst of a busy little city. They are really something worth seeing. You can often see street performers here who sing, or play music. Today, in ...
... concert by a fellow from SCAD Savannah College of Art and Design - singing songs of the Civil war and including a couple (one Moon River) by Savannah son Johnny Mercer - a most enjoyable wake-up!!
Off to one of the historic house Green-Meldrum which Col Sherman used for his office at the end of thewar! - very comfortable, beautiful colours and currently owned by the next door episcopal church (Canadian minister) and where ...
... 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 ...
After all the over indulging we have been doing in the food department, I thought that a run was in order again this morning, so I got out and ran to the river front. Pleasant but hot and very, very humid at 7.30 in the morning.
Post breakfast, we jumped on the trolley for a while to see a bit more of the city. and got off down at the waterfront for a look around. We pretty much traveled from one end to the other of the waterfront ...
... with pictures as the menu. Loved it! Great food and great service. Caragh seems to be winning the "most interesting accent" tally wherever we go. TV and news all spruiking tomorrow as a record breaking cold day. We must be some sort of weather-God family. Looking to get more of a taste of antebellum mansions along the way, but fewer and further between than we imagined. Many burnt down in war. Here's ...