Travel Blogs from Savannah
... leisure time. Its a big park with lots of trees and squirrels.
We walked past the Savannah Police Station and they had a couple of antique police cars out the front. This car still has a few blood stains from a fight outside a nearby bar which does not exist anymore. The police were set upon by the drinkers because they were asking the men to move off the road. Tuff buggas back then.
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... headed down to the riverfront and decided on seafood for dinner. We picked a great place that had a balcony and we could watch all the ships going past while eating. We ordered some drinks and while we were waiting for them to come, we noticed a dirty big black cloud moving in. Keith, being a Queenslander, advised nah it wont rain. The waitress brought the drinks and said yep its gonna rain. Irene decided ...
... of the garage with the water droplets still on the car (not to mention our tired, frazzled brains) we hadn't noticed the chip . We called Alamo, and after half an hour ( and £20 in credit!) it was agreed we would swap out the car in Jacksonville., as we didn't want to keep the car incase the chip worsened into a crack. On the way, Laura stopped us at Flagler Beach, which is just north of Daytona, for a breather, and it was just stunning - there was ...
... here. However there are still plenty of those too.
Savannah is known as "Americas most haunted city". The paranormal investigators went round all the major cities with the ESP probes of what ever they use, and confirmed what the locals already knew. This town is riddled with ghosts. Not really surprising as its so old, founded in 1733, and over the years so many died here, they ran out of graveyard spaces, then ending up building the city over the top of ...
... waving her apron. Apparently this woman waved her apron at every boat going by waiting for a man who promised her he would come back for her. After 40 years, and growing the most muscular arms from apron waving, she gave up.
We walked through the squares downtown and along the waterfront, stopping for much needed hydration. It was over 90 today.
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