Our 'BIG' Adventure 2012 travel blog

Savannah's Historic District

World Was II Memorial

Flags at the World War II Memorial

Stairs going up to another level street, the roads were all cobbestones.

Ship at the Marine Museum in Savannah, GA

Tybee Beach, the Atlantic Ocean

Guess who??

Fort Jackson, Sanannah, GA

Fort Jackson

Fort Pulaski, Tybee Island, GA

Fort Pulaski

Narley trunk on a Live Oak Tree

Hi All, We are staying in a nice campground in Hardeeville, SC about 8 miles from Savannah, GA. So we go back and forth from each state for our day trips. Savannah's Historic District has so many old buildings that are somewhat like New Orleans. We did not go down there in the evenings so I don't know if it is a wild place like Bourbon Street. We do know that there are a lot of bars and pubs down there and of course good food. We went to two forts out of Savannah, Fort Jackson, built in 1808 (Savannah) and Fort Pulaski, (on Tybee Island)built in 1829. Both forts have a number of Civil War exhibits. We finally found a beach where we could actually see the Atlantic Ocean. We drove around one day and all see saw was beautiful mansions and they all had private beaches. Not to worry, I am sure we will see more of the Atlantic. It's amazing how one can get so tired from having fun trying to see and do so many things. Our next stop is Charleston, SC.

Until Later,

Jim & Kathy

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