• And our room was an upgrade.
      • Hop on, hop off jitney tours are the way to see Savannah.
      • Juliette Gordon Low house, founder of the Girl Scouts.
        • “Pirate House,” prominent during Robert Louis Stevenson’s time.
        • The Ships of the Sea Museum, a hidden gem of Savannah.
          • The late, great, Titanic.
          • A mid 19th century steamship.
            • There were many ships named Savannah.
              • The Merrimac, the South’s ironclad.
              • It was quite uncomfortable in its boiler room.
              • Whole forests went into making a single ship.
                • Art by sailors.
                • Scrimshaw on whale’s teeth.
                • Another Savannah.
                • Unhappy bow spirit. I hope the ship faired better.
                • Another spectacular bow spirit.
                • The sailors had a lot of idle time on their hands!
                • Back on the Savannah dock, a working ship.
                • The finest meal of our trip and culinary experience.
                • Paula Deen’s restaurant a big Savannah landmark.
                    • The attack of the Paula Deens.
                    • Johnny Mercer, another Savannah native son.
                      • Jack and Linda Milano, Barbara’s 2nd cousins. They live in South Carolina. We stopped for a visit on the way back.
                          • Baltimore, our last stop on the way home.