Hunter Lodging (Army Lodging)
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We decided because the day was going to be long an early start was important. Breakfast was at 7am and if we could be on the road by 8, that would be good. We decided calling in on Charleston, South Carolina would save us backtracking a few days later whilst staying in Savannah, Georgia. The trip to Charleston was 3.5 hours, a couple of hours stay would allow us to reach Savannah at about 4pm, the time allocated to access the cottage/condo type place we had pre-booked. The ...
... worker was in a plexi glass, bullet proof cage. Oh dear! We decided at that point, to go to the BBQ restaurant that Clarence had looked up for us. The Sandfly BBQ looked like some establishment you would see on the program Diners and Dives but when we drove up the parking lot was full. The meal was delicious. Georgia BBQ sauce is vinegar and mustard based. Deep fried okra was delish and we had one of the best sausages I have ever eaten in ...
Savannah, Georgia -- Called a 'cab' for a ride into Savanah, Georgia. Upon arriving into the heart of the downtown district we see a very familiar face. Well looky there, it's Forrest Gump.... his name is Forrest Gump! In my opinion, this movie is the greatest nostalgic film ever made, the most thought out historical drama/comedy/musical ever created, and a most endearing love story. As the cab drove up to the curb I ran over and sat next to Forrest, he had ...
... in Charleston, the bus was established to ease city traffic congestion.
Travelling on the free bus, does increase the possibilities of sitting next to questionably dressed and smelling passengers. But, soon enough we arrived at Savannah's Riverfront. A cobbled street overlooking the Savannah River, is home to italian styled architecture housing shops a restaurants alike.
With hunger settling in and a few tired kids to boot, ...
... down and the warehouse built on the site. We were given these 'ghost detectors' and temperature gauge's to check the temperature of the floor, just in case a ghost was there and cooling the floor. I spent the 15 minutes trying to conceal my laughter, but some of the others were convinced that they found cool spots which indicated to them, ghostly activity. Bec thought she was a real ghost hunter out of one of those ...