Coral Reef Guesthouse
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... or so squares dotted all over the main part of town, in each of them there is a monument to a war hero or battle. The biggest and most well know feature of Savannah are the large oak trees covered with spanish moss that line the streets to give the town an eery, haunted look - just awesome to see.
Have you seen Forrest Gump? We stood exact where the bench seat was placed in the opening scene of that movie. We learnt that when they filmed the movie they had to ...
... Ride where Dean and Jean’s car will be stored for the duration of their cruise. We had a free shuttle to the port and were there in next to no time. Bags unloaded as well as a slab of water for us – beats buying it on the ship or exchanging our mini bar set up for all water when we can exchange it for two coffee cards instead ! BTW, the coffee cards are worth about $31 each while the slab of water was around $4 … a no brainer.
... well, which I suspect will be the case, yours truly will head solo for Michael’s piano stylings in Bar City on Six.
The strangest thing for me is that there is no 8:30 dining room seating to go to. This is “Free-Style.” I dine when I please with whomever I run into. That may or may not be a good thing. There may be a tendency to just grab some chicken or brats or burgers with corn on the cob at The Grill on Deck 12 next to the ...
... hands with a paper looking for something. This was so easy, no waiting, no lines, no nothing. Before we knew it, we were at our gate. This was the fastest time yet.
Our flight had a 30 minute delay, but soon we took off and were flying at 34,000 feet. It was a good flight and we landed around 10:30. Our room was not ready so we went across the street to ...
... bankruptcy during the Great Depression, this coupled with damage from the 1935 Labor Day hurricane ended travel along the Overseas railway. The bridges still remain visible in various stages of disrepair.
Further along we stopped just before the 7 mile bridge to get a better view. We met a young couple from Europe who were also travelling in a Mustang convertible. Offering to take photographs of them with their rental car, they were happy to reciprocate. ...