Holiday Inn Express Savannah I-95 North
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... access to Internet on the ship. We reckon the helicopter ride over the volcano will be around a grand if it's anything like the Las Vegas expedition. Chanda went over our departures and shuttle to the airport tomorrow and also a place where we could all meet for a farewell dinner at the local steak house tonight. We filled out our surveys for the trip also. We basically said we thoroughly enjoyed the trip and it met our expectation with a little less of ...
So, we have been camping for 25 years. I don't even love to eat marshmallows, but we bought a new skewer and Ron was determined to cook marshmallows to use the new skewers. Our old ones were completely bent and ruined. He does not eat marshmallows at all. I also NEVER eat s'mores.
He insisted on going to the camp store to buy a bag of marshmallows. What does he come back with??? A S'more Box. What the $%*@ is ...
... travelling, there hasnt been any Gridiron or Basketball games we could go to. So we decided to check out the local minor league team, the Savannah Sand Gnats. There were hot dogs, Josh drank beer, we sang 'take me out to the ballgame' - It was a really great game, and a fun way to spend a few hours on a Friday night! We had to leave early, as it was heading into the 11th innings and we have an early start tomorrow - off to Florida - our final Southern State!
... horns. There happen to be a wedding at that moment by the fountain so it was fun to watch from afar. What an wonderful spot to get married in!
We took some photos of the grounds and the fountain and then decided to go get some dinner and call it a night. For dinner we stopped at a famous BBQ restaurant (Wilez's) that had won numerous awards for their ribs. It was a super small place with only about 8-10 tables. We got there just as they opened at 5 and ...
... was all decked out!
The city's waterfront is a good day tour, checking out the old buildings that have now be remodeled into coffee shops, nut shops and jewelry stores. With boats on the river and a trolley going down the old cobble street road you do feel like you are "somewhat" back in time.
We went on a tour of the Owens-Thomas House which is considered by architectural historians to be one ...