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... we pulled off at an exit to find a picnic spot for lunch. We pretty immediately saw a sign directing us to Elvis’ birthplace… we were in Tupelo, Mississippi. So, we drove on over to the “birthplace” site, which was a pretty neatly laid out small complex including the tiny house he was born in, the church where he listened to gospel music as a kid, a ’39 Plymouth sedan like the one the Presley family migrated to Memphis ...
We rode by the house and the attorney's office that were significant in the book, The Garden of Good and Evil. I read the book years ago but can't really remember any of it so may try to re-read it since I can now picture the places where the events occurred.
We got off the trolley and walked to the Mickva Israel Synagogue. We caught the tail end of a tour so we listened to that and then went into the "chapel" - not sure what ...
... at the Super 8 motel to cool off from our room that felt like a sauna. The receptionist guaranteed that it would be icy cold by the time we got back from Savannah. Headed for the ancient city of Savannah, our motel was a 20 minute drive out. Famous for its Hollywood appearances including many scenes from Forrest Gump, Savannah was the British Empire's first proper settlement with rich architecture and famous for a unique Civil War site. The town was given ...
... It had some good southern food and good service. After lunch we split up, i went to the book lady then the forest Gump bench location (our guide did not mention forest Gump at all). From there i walked to the waterfront via some shops, had a look at the waterfront area as well as took some pictures. I then headed back to Ellis square, walked past the square on the other
side and got an ice cream, had a bit of a walk around, then walked over to the hotel. ...
... this tour, the mansions we visited and southern life prior to the Civil War.
Going back to comparisons, Charleston definitely has much better food. We had one good experience in Savannah at Vic's place down by the river, certainly recommend a visit there.
Savannah has a fairly new contemporary art museum, called the Jepson Centre. Apparently the building design was the subject of much revision and comment from many in the city, but it is certainly ...