Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... happen unfortunately. We finished up at a haunted pub where the top 3 levels of the pub have been closed off due to people getting scratched and pushed down the stairs etc. :/ still not a believer though. We even went downstairs in a restricted area where someone was killed... Still nothing! The night finished off at a karaoke bar playing pool and singing "we come from a land down under" :) We meet some ...
... found our B&B. Bec went to check us in and met the house Labradoodle, and beautiful big playful fellow called Buelli. Went down stairs to our digs and found a nice little unit set up. Unpacked the car for what seemed like the 35th time and headed out for the afternoon.
We had used the Tourist trolley in both Boston and Washington to much success, so we will be utilising them in Savannah. We decided to get on one this ...
... a 1930s ice cream parlor. In addition to the ice cream there is an old fashioned soda fountain and props & posters from his Hollywood career. I ordered a scoop of the Chocolate Chewies & Cream and Kaitlyn ordered the Pistachio. The CC&C was dense and creamy and loaded with chunks of fudge brownie and toasted pecans. The ice cream was rich and creamy, the fudge brownie was dense with a bit of bitterness and the toasted pecans were sweet and ...
... end of the tour, when all the ‘historic’ houses and all the heroic deeds of the Charleston-based Confederacy heroes had been told, the bus passed a large concrete and glass office tower known as the Federal Building. It was empty, the guide told us, because it was riddled with asbestos. “Cay-n’t do nutthing’ with it.”
There were exaggerated cries of dismay and a gaggle of “Key-ant do nuttin’ widdit” echos, ...