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After two different hotels (yes this was our third in one night), we finally found the Foley Inn. Pet friendly, great service, and reasonable stay.
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... didn't seem worth the while. But the night wasn't a complete loss. We had previously passed a diner called Five Guys Burgers and Fries, and the menu of hot dogs and hot chips seemed perfect on a cold Savannah night.
To be honest, Savannah has not charmed me as much as I thought it would. Whilst I was amazed at the city squares and beautiful houses, the city was also somewhat chaotic and crazy too. But maybe that's just all part of the Southern ...
... along similar lines to "World Series" baseball. It was, none the less, pretty nice.
The hotel pool then got a quick work out before we went to a local restaurant called Public. If we were locals, we would be there quite regularly. Excellent service and the Shrimp and Grits were fantastic. Emma proudly wore her Elsa dress again.
It would be easy to spend another day or two in Savannah.
Cheers, the ...
On Thursday, March 20th, we drove from Ormond Beach to St. Augustine. Juan Ponce de Leon, in search of the legendary Fountain of Youth, landed here in 1513 and took possession of the region for Spain. It is the oldest city in the United States. Henry Flagler developed the area as a winter resort by building a railway link from New York.
We visited the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park. Athough there is a volkswalk that starts at ...
I arrived in Savannah around 5pm and made my way to the Hilton Savannah DeSoto. Apparently Savannah is a popular meeting place for reunions(at least this weekend was) and the hotel was overbooked. They offered to pay for my room if I was willing to stay at Four Points by Sheraton just down the road. I reluctantly accepted as my original room price was going to be $175 and I wasn't sure how my work was going to feel about the cost. I wanted to be somewhere safe, and that is why ...