Dresser Palmer House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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" ...
What a relief it is to be able to pack up your bag, knowing you don't need to board an aeroplane! Last night we went to bed moderately early (compared to previous nights), and enjoyed a well deserved and well overdue sleep in. After packing up the car, we made our 2.5 hour drive to Savannah, Georgia.
We had originally planned to see some of the sights on the South Carolina coast, but since we had a tour of Savannah at 12.30, ...
... right under your feet. River Street stretching down the banks of the Savannah River is "paved" with ballast stones. When English ships pulled into the port to pick up cargo in Savannah, they left the ballast stones behind. The stones which are hundreds of years old have held up incredibly well under all the foot, street car, trolley and car traffic. Ladies, please no heels! It's hard enough to navigate the stones in flats and you certainly wouldn't want to ...
... the thermals created by the road, and the frequent choices of roadkill! We pulled into Savannah mid-afternoon, and spent some time cruising around trying to find the cheap car parks Laura had researched before the coming out. We did find them, but also discovered that today they were charging $20 to park there! We didn't know why, but we didn't come all this way for nothing, so we parked up and paid up. When we got out into the city we discovered why ...
... by force. The historians proudly tell how the chief Tomo chichi loved his fellow white arrivals and got along well with them until the end of his days. Who am I to argue with him. I sure don't see any local Indians around here nowadays though, just white folk, and they all speak justa like good ol Forrest Gump.
Tonight we went to a show at the local theater called 'Savannah live'. I must admit after the first couple of numbers we looked at each other ...