Catherine Ward House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... told us to pick 6. They lined us up around the bar, gave us a shot glass and started down the list giving us a taste of the ones we had marked. There were 5 vodkas, five kinds of moonshine, two whiskeys, 3 liqueurs, and 2 rums. I tried one of each and added a vodka for my sixth. Larry did 3 vodkas and 3 moonshines. We each bought our favorites. Larry got Sweet Tea Vodka and I got Southern Accents Chocolate Pecan Liqueur. Yum!
... get the discount. Jerry still had his sticker but I didn't. The guy said it wasn't necessary, he didn't need the tickets plus since it was so late he'd give two days. We were supposed to get $4 off but I think it added up to almost $10! We got on the trolley and rode the entire route deciding to wait until tomorrow and go to specific places we were interested in. I do wish I could remember all the tour guide told us, even ...
Up and away for an early start for our 8 hour drive South to Savannah.. passing out of Virginia, North, then South Carolina and into Georgia by 5 pm , at 97 degrees!!!! The 'Arthur hurricane was passing us during the day,heading up the Outer Banks, while we skirted HIM as we went South. Lucky us!!!!
Our 1 night in Savannah, gave us time to spend a couple of hours in the Historic area in downtown before dark.. .A ...
... that would always be rung whenever there was a fire or emergency or when a town meeting was being called.
We got back on the trolley and went to Bay Street for lunch. We stopped in at Grill & Cantina. Beautiful food and massive margaritas. I needed a little help from Barry to finish this one.
After a long lunch, we went down to River Street to do some shopping. We found ...
... a park where the Battle of Savannah occurred in 1779.
On Friday, March 21st, we did a 10 km historic volkswalk. The walk starts at the Savannah History Museum and Visitors Center, a block from our hotel, which was originally the passenger station of the Central of Georgia Railroad. It is a top 10 volkswalk and a must do. It took us over three hours and we visited most of the 22 city squares, designed by General James Oglethorpe, and ...