Value Place Savannah Garden City, GA
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... br> The old theatre in town is prepping for the Savannah Music Festival next week. The Food and Wine Festival just finished. There is always something to participate in year round. The evening is beautiful, perfect for strolling. We kept to residential neighbourhoods rarely meeting anyone. Men walking their pups before sleep.
Many of the homes around the squares are lit up at night until later. The gas lanterns flicker. Must be the ghosts.
... wrapped we waited and it was the highlight of or the southern part of our food trip! The bloke at the entrance was interested in our accent told us to go and see a fellow Australian around the corner who needed to hear the accent so we promised we would. First we had to go back to the Cathedral of St John the Baptist. We walked inside and it was magnificent. Andrew took a few photos of which will probably because of its grandness not do it justice. The ornate ...
... and tombs. The cemetery is built on the grounds of an old Plantation. There are lots of old Oak trees with Spanish moss to give it a really haunted feeling. It reminded me of New Orleans.
Next up was Tybee Island, about 30 minutes out of Savannah. Tybee Island is home to a lighthouse built in 1736, so it is pretty old. Pirates used to use Tybee Island as a hide away back in history ...
... of Jewish decent and also those who fought in the various American wars. Some of the graves had amazing wrought iron fences protecting the ground around the tombstones. We were so happy that we had choose to visit here on our own and not with the tour buses that rush the visitors through without allowing them time to soak in the true ambiance of the place. We drove our little Mini Cooper through the thin roads and stopped to take pictures anytime we saw something ...
... references on big screen and Dyanne even used an IPad to quote the Bible in her message, which was incredibly powerful and completely without notes, straight from the heart. Needless to say, the singing was fantastic with Dyanne's niece Kiki belting out the lyrics as lead singer, and I found it extremely moving. Of course, there was no hurrying away after the service as everyone wanted to meet us and talk about the UK and our road trip.
On the way ...