Hunter Lodging (Army Lodging)
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... them by themselves. We then went next door to the most amazing sweet shop & ice cream and stuff. The size of the toffee apples & Marshmellow blocks was mad! I had a tub of rainbow & chocolate chip ice cream. Then we all went to club one which was a gay & transgender bar. Drinks we're so cheap & they had karaoke on which was hilarious. A few of contiki got up and sang which was so funny to watch. A princess punch & a couple of ...
We started our day a little late and got to the historic district around 11 AM. We went to five different parking garages before we finally found one that was open. The first place we went was a coffee shop called Gallery Espresso. Tracy got a bagel with cream cheese and a French vanilla cappuccino. I got a bagel with nutella and a mocha. It was a really cool little coffee shop that was filled with old couches and chairs. A lot of the local college ...
... taken so long to post this entry, as usual it's been a busy couple of weeks & since leaving Savannah we had terrible Wiffi reception so I haven't been able to download any photos!
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How time flies - after leaving Hatteras 2 weeks ago we stopped ...
... out for their bachelorette parties on River Street, celebrating the end of being single with glittery tiaras and silky "Bride" sashes to the couple who's celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary sitting on a bench watching the river slowly flow by. There are young couples sharing a walk with their new baby tucked carefully in a stroller and families with teenagers reluctantly being dragged through City Market and trolley tours. There's blues being sang ...
... Most are closed at night.
The next morning I went running and I ran well out of town. Unfortunately Savannah is not immune to big city poverty and what appears to be intransigent hopelessness. There were blocks with boarded up houses and I did have my ...