The 1895 Inn
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... The house was in impeccable shape with some original furnishings and everything else was a period piece. We headed north to Chippewa Square where Tom Hanks sat with his box of chocolates in Forrest Gump. Nick was happy we found it as he wanted a picture which he couldn’t get when we were on the tour yesterday.
Our next stop was Paula Deen’s Gift Shop which is attached to her restaurant Lady and Sons. ...
... 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 ...
... TV and no talking to outside people). 40,000 apply each year, 4,000 accepted to trial, with only 2,200 making it through boot camp.
Our final evening, and Margaret and Tim wanted us to see their favorite restaurant - The Lobster House - a series of seafood choices all offered at a rustic harborside setting ... with their own scallop boats tied up along side. Pre dinner drinks were on board a schooner with the music of ...
... its primary mission is, will contain a restored locomotive or passenger train car, a WWI machine gun, and at least three scale models of boats (with at least one sailboat and one WWII battleship/cruiser).
After the museum expedition I ate dinner at Jazz'd on the recommendation of a friend from Atlanta. It was a classy tapas restaurant and to accompany my Sazerac I ordered the Sauteed Mushroom Ratatouille and the Blackened ...
... bridge is, both old and new. The new one has been used in a few movies scenes. We did drive the full length of the newer bridge and walked along the old one for a little distance. It is in bad repair in parts and efforts are being made to raise money to restore it so pedestrians can continue to use it.
In the morning we went on the Everglades Tour. This is within the National Park. It was very interesting listening to ...