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... of Savannah but in a humorous way. One of my favorite characters was Paula Dean from the Cooking Channel. At the end Mark came out as a Shriner and we all participated in a St. Patrick's Day Parade. Savannah has the second largest one in the US after NYC. It was only about an hour long but was very fun and entertaining.
Then we came back to the hotel about 9:30. I blogged. We leave tomorrow at 8:30 for another jam packed day.
... When I saw a brochure about the trolley tours I mentioned that we had gone on one in St. Augustine. She said if we had our stickers we could get a $2 discount. Jerry has his but I think he threw mine away. The trolley will pick us up here at 9:00 and bring us back at 5:00. Sounds like a deal to me! The campground is gated and can only be entered by code. Someone led us to our campsite,109 and guided Jerry into the paved ...
... for quite a while.
We were going to be traveling tidal rivers the entire distance to Savannah. We have traveled them in the past but this was going to be a different experience due to the extreme tides, the many different rivers and the general wilderness of the area. There was very little development in this area of the ICW. Any houses we would see would be in the far distance, separated from the river by miles of grasses and marshes. There were many stretches where we would ...
... and the hotel and meet up with some others who were going to dinner. The tour manager arrived with another Contiki manager who was in town, so he took a few of us to a pizza place down the road, but nothing appealed to me there, so i left them and walked around to the blue moon brewery, that i had seen in the afternoon. There were a few people from the group there enjoying a drink or two before deciding what to do about dinner. In the end, with time against ...
... our walk to Franklin Square; through the City Market to Ellis Square; to Telfair Square; and on to Orleans Square before completing our walk.
Dee, Keith and Jeryl went on the Old Savannah Trolley Tour to learn even more history of this fascinating city with its massive oak trees laced with Spanish moss. We had dinner at Paula Deen's restaurant, the Lady & Sons. They serve complimentary hoe cakes and cheese biscuits.