Knights Inn Savannah
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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. ...
... driven 3 hours East from Roanoke and were there waiting for our arrival. Our accommodation is Waterside and once unpacked, we walked to the harbourside and boarded a paddlewheel ferry over the Elizabeth River Harbour to the North landing ferry Docks in Olde Towne Portsmouth, for the senior price of $1.50 each return. The Commodore Theatre was featuring 'Jersey Boys' (Frankie Valli and the 4 seasons)... so being inside out of the ...
... George Washington visited the plantation in 1791.
The drive continued South along U.S17. We detoured through Beaufont, which is the second oldest town in South Carolina and where most of the film 'Forest Gump' was filmed.
We left South Carolina and crossed the boarder into Georgia. Georgia is Dr Martin Luther King Jr birth state.
We spent the afternoon in a town called Savannah. A beautiful historical district arranged around garden squares (there are more than ...
... upper 60s/low 70s by the time we stopped for gas near Savannah, GA. We were so excited to be able to put the windows down and get some fresh air as we pulled out of the gas station. Chantee had been happily traveling up front, getting a terrific view from the "Oh, Jesus" handle, when suddenly...she flew out the window!!! "STOP!! PULL OVER!!!!" yelled Deb. "Chantee went flying!" Jim carefully pulled the RV into the breakdown lane and Deb ...
... with a helpful and friendly guide talking with that classic southern drawl about the various points of interest.
Wide boulevards and avenues lead you into the deep heart of the timeless south, to quiet squares and parks shaded by trees festooned with spanish moss. The mansions surrounding these squares are unchanged from the glory days of the confederacy and if a southern belle stepped from the interior of one of ...