A Dream Come True Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... streets (brick) it is a beautiful place. Just a pity you have to swim everywhere...
We stopped off at the Savannah College for Arts and Design to see the handiwork of the local students and then had an ice-cream at the famous Leopold's ice-cream parlour which has been plying its trade for 100 years. It is, apparently, the third best ice-cream parlour in the US and fifth best in the world. We assume this is a ...
We ventured out into the heat (we are loving the car air-conditioning) to stroll through the streets. Jen has not been disappointed by the buildings or local accents (Think of Forest Gump saying "life is like a box of chocolates..." and you have the right idea). In Jen's words...Savannah rocks. The historic area has grass squares dotted around with a high proportion of restored colonial and victorian buildings. It's ...
... highest point on the island in the Gorda Peak National Park, 1,300 feet above sea level. This National Park was given to England's National Park Trust in the early 1970s by American philanthropist Lawrence Rockefeller. The road was steep and windy, so steep first gear was necessary to haul our Nissan van up the mountain, causing me to worry about driving down in case of brake failure. As we climbed the views were spectacular along the coastline with views of ...
... top of their masts, The Bitterend is lit up in the background and the moonlight is reflecting off the water. Excellent way to finish the day off. Surprisingly neither of us got sunburned… we are a little toasty and know that we have been in the sun, but no pain. Amb is already asleep as I write this and I’m heading to bed now too… it’s only 9:51 pm and it feels like 11:00!! What an awesome day… thanks Chuck!! Good night!! Blog you ...
... to head back to the boat for some refreshments. We yak about everything under the sun and soon it is time to say our goodbyes and to let them get on their way. Jack and Mary are mooring at Norman Island tonight before continuing on towards St. Thomas where they will head home. We are sad to see them go but extremely glad to have met them! Hopefully we can make our paths cross again one day…. Amb and I head back to the ...