Saturday, July 24, 2010

Savannah, Georgia

Hardeeville, SC RV Park

Pirate House Restaurant in Savannah - mid 1700's
Captain Flint died here and still haunts the house.

Pirate House Restaurant
Pretty Victorian house, Savannah

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Savannah, built in late 1800s

Joan, going to church

Left Alabama on June 24 and traveled to Savannah, Georgia, via Macon, Georgia where we dry camped at a truck stop. Savannah is a city with a personality of its own. The old houses and parks, churches, words just can't describe how pretty it is.

We had a couple of meals at the Pirate House, a restaurant that has been around since the mid 1700's. Also went to church the Sunday we were there. Currans went to the Catholic Church, and the Colberts went to the Baptist Church - both VERY old churches.

While in the Savannah area, we stayed at the Hardeeville RV Park in Hardeeville, SC.

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