On the Waterfront

A beautiful day for walking around Savannah — temps in the mid-70s and no rain.

Maersk WisconsinAnd it was a busy day on the waterfront. This is the Maersk Wisconsin coming in, passing by the mega-yacht Hyperion, a river boat, and what appears to be a dredge. Click on all pics for a larger view.

tall_ship_savannahThose of you who know Chuck Spinney (or may recall him from Robert’s Coram’s book), may also know that he claims to be cruising the Med with his wife and some sort of dog. But I swear that this ship is a clone of their’s. I must admit, though, that it’s been a few years since I’ve seen their boat, so I could be mistaken. Still …

If you do visit Savannah, you could choose from big convention hotels (e.g., Hilton, Hyatt, and Marriott) and several smaller hotels and inns. But Savannah also abounds in B&Bs. Here’s one, the Forsyth Park Inn.

Forsyth Park Inn

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