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... must have been the Red Bull. We even got to drive by Paula Dean's famous Savannah restaurant, Lady & Sons. The most appealing thing about Savannah was their town squares. Originally there were 24 squares within the historic downtown (now only 22) that allowed the residents of the 1700's to mix, mingle and socialize.
Driving back to Bluffton, we opted for dinner in the little town rather than hang in ...
... was a bit high for the food, roughly $30 for a large 16" meat pizza with pepperoni, sausage,and green peppers with a regular garden salad. However, it was well worth it as the pizza was original and savory. Mom bought Friday's dinner. Once we reached our destination, had our dinner, and a couple glasses of wine we were done for!
Saturday morning my roommate and I head to Sea Pines beach club. We arrived at 9 so we had a long ...
... and ancient, twisted salt cedars, where
palmettos grown from the fanning cabbage palms. Everything a mix of
greens draped with spanish moss, the understory a tangle of bamboo,
trash trees and strangle vines. Sprawling live oaks form a
latticework canopy, shadows and sun paint the smooth, wide trail
through this wonderland. Green, everything and everywhere green even
in these winter months. And birds, in and above the forest with ...
... took it in great stride and did it right back. I think he got a chuckle out of this as he sat down next to complete strangers and acted like he was having a grand time.
It was time for the grand finale of Smores! What is a campfire without this and of course Disney does it right. Each kid got his own roasting stick with two marshmallows on it and they headed over to the fire to finish the night. We were doing quite well with both Noel ...
... of Savannah's important residents or a monument to those who have served in wars all the way back to the Revolutionary War.
We stop at the Colonial Park Cemetery. It contains the remains of those who lived here during the colonization of Savannah and those who served in the Revolutionary War. The next block south is The Cathedral of St. John The Baptist Catholic Church. It is huge and magnificent. Despite being damaged by a hurricane, being ravaged by ...