Weston Savannah Hotel
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... strange boat guys from Poland who were trying to celebrate also after finishing work and trying to mingle but they didn't know much English It escalated for some - Vanessa could barely walk so my drunken self helped carry her out and sat her in the middle of a puddle (Anitias story) I held Vanessa's head out the window the whole way home while she chucked her guts. We didn't see Vanessa much the next day haha ...
... just see the city and see what is on offer. The river from area looks pretty cool as does the market square so we plan on hitting them up tomorrow. We also booked the 'Ghost and Gravestone tour' for tomorrow night so that should be a bit of a laugh.
Just back from dinner at a place called the Distillery. They only serve craft beer. That is the most awesome concept for a pub bar that I've ever heard. And the laws in Savannah ...
... thoroughly enjoyed the pistachio as well.
From Leopold’s we headed out on our journey to find pizza sauce and some sort of salad or dessert to accompany the pizzas Becca and Kristopher were making for dinner. This ended up being a much more ambitious journey than we had expected. We stopped at a couple of coffee and sweet shops to no avail, then we stopped at a specialty cookie shop and were not impressed. We finally decided to just grab a ...
... a single female Yankee Floridian voice was heard:
“Key-ant they just implode it or somethin’?”
When it comes to Wilmington, Charleston and Savannah, Mrs Henry and my money is on Charleston. It is the only town out of the three to have preserved its historic core without defacing it with modern buildings, not even ones that are designed to blend in, as they say, which new buildings never do. Wilmington has a few nice old houses ...