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This was definitely an island for the rich and famous at one time. It was developed as a playground in the 1880s by a group of wealthy shareholders including such well known names as Rockefeller, Morgan, Goodyear, Vanderbilt. Was called Millionaires Village. Expenses: Campsite Jekyll Island State Park 1 nite: $40.00 Gas for RV ...
... 1600's. We spent a few hours that night wondering around the narrow streets of the Historic quarter of the town.
We had an early start as we wanted to go back into the Old part of St Augustine. Visited the old Fort - Castillo de San Marcos. This fort in 1702 during the war with of the Spanish Succession when the English occupied St Augustine and besieged the fort for 50 days. Being unsuccessful the English then burnt the ...
... the one place I was dying to see was the Wormsloe Plantation driveway. It was only open while I was there on the day I arrived in Savannah, so I had to see this before I checked into my accommodation.
This plantation has one of the most beautiful driveways you will ever see. Like Boone Hall in Charleston, which I saw last time, I really wanted to see this. Wormsloe was used in the filming of "The Last Song" with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth so it was also ...
... Cotton Warehouses used to be down there. We figured it was something we did want to see and we’d forget just for tonight that it’s a tourist trap.
We had to drive because our hotel is about 5 miles (or a 15 minute drive) away from the historical centre. I’m not sure why I booked one so far out but there must have been a reason. We left the car in a free parking area and got out to explore all the bars, restaurants and shops. Yes, ...
... slightly less than comfortable night. Nonetheless, on the bright side, I was happy to be alive when I awoke the next morning.
I was sad to leave Washington behind (although quite pleased to get away from any potential crazies and assassins), but as I jumped on the Greyhound bus the next morning I was beginning a whole new adventure in a totally different world - the South. As with all true adventures, I was totally unprepared for the challenges, and the outrageous, friendly, ...