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Savannah Part 1

Monday, January 10, 2011

The day after Christmas, I drove to Mississippi to pick Shawn (he was visiting his family) and we went to Savannah. It was a long, long drive and my GPS failed me. Janice (my GPS) wanted us to take back country roads for 150 miles, and then she said there weren't any roads going to Savannah. I think I need to buy a new Janice, a different brand this time.

The first thing we did in Savannah was go on a Food Tour, which included 7 different places. First we went to The Distillery. We ate a burger and fries, and Shawn tried a beer and I ordered their pear cider. It was one of our favorite stops on the tour, and we ended up going back later for dinner.

We went to a delicious bakery

We went to a local market and tried some of their tomato sandwiches.

We went to a barbeque place.

 My favorite place we went was Savannah Bee Company. They had about ten different types of honey to try. My favorite was tupelo honey, and I bought a huge bottle of it.

 Next we went to Paula Deen's restaurant, and I wasn't all that impressed. I thought the food was similar to Cracker Barrel. There wasn't anything special or different about it.

The next day we went on an architecture tour and spent several hours walking around the city.

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