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... Savannah Old Town Trolley car for a day of 'hop on, hop off' exploration.
Fortunately today, the weather conditions were much improved. It was only 29 deg C and the humidity had dropped significantly to 98%! This is a pretty brutal place. The upside is that plants love it and everything is green!
Let's cover some key facts...Savannah is the 13th and last colony and fourth State of the USA. It has the ...
... dress. Now most people with a child(ren), especially girls between the ages of 5 - 10 will know this relates to the "Frozen" movie. The Elsa dress was sold out at the Magic Kingdom but Emma found a shop with the dress. The lady only got them yesterday and put them out last night. So, with the remaining money kindly given to her as a gift by Matthew's colleagues, she purchased an Elsa dress and hasn't stopped excitedly talking about it all ...
... and more beers. After lunch we had to begin our journey to Savannah, two and half hours across country, we have seen the countryside change as we have moved south from forest to a more tropical jungle like feel. There is now a very southern feel to landscape along and along with the heat lots of Savannah and marshlands replacing the verdant grasslands of ...
Savannah Georgia - what does it conjure up for you? Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil? Trees dripping with Spanish moss? Slavery and civil rights? A planned city with beautiful squares? Grits and shrimp? How y'all? Life is like a box of chocolates? (Forrest Gump) Well yes it is all of those and more.
And certainly that is what I love about travel but I also love those days when you meet really interesting people and you realise the world is a very ...
... retains its charm and sweet southern character.
We toured the city, saw the place where they filmed Forrest Gump, visited the market and museum, saw the old docks and the shops that now occupy the buildings where they once loaded cotton onto ships and unloaded slaves from Africa. It's hard to imagine how many people must have passed through the slave markets here. Not humanity's finest hour.
We stopped for ...