Wednesday, March 18, 2009

So long Savannah (we'll be back!)

This is a view or two of our room here at the Kehoe House on Columbia Square. We could not have wished for a more gracious accommodations or a more helpful,friendly staff. Connie and Robin, who were our two main contacts here went out of their way to make us feel like an important part of the Kehoe House family. Thanks to you both. Our veranda was accessed by way of one of the tall windows rather than through a door, which made some fun times. The view from our veranda overlooked Columbia Square and the fountain dyed with green water.

The parade was fun and the crowd (at least as long as we were partying)was controlled and friendly. We returned to our 'home', enjoyed wine and cheese on the main veranda with some of the other guests and had a wonderful dinner at the 1870s (or is it 1780s) Restaurant directly across the street from here. Will upload those pics another day.

Today, after breakfast and packing up, we will head to the historic cemetery a couple of blocks away for a short walking tour and then to the museum, garden and gift shop at the house across the street. Then we're on the road again, heading to
Titusville, Fl. to visit with our pals, Kim and Jerry. We haven't seen them since last summer and they are such fun people! We'll spend the night with them and head back to Tarpon Springs Thurs. morning.

Have a good one.


Deanna said...

I'm glad you had a good time! I stayed home and watched part of the parade on tv. lol One of these years I'll have to stay in a hotel downtown and join in the festivities! Glad the weather was nice for your visit!

Chris said...

awesome pics girl!!!

altar ego said...

Fun!! Your celebration was certainly kicked up a notch from ours. Glad you had such a good time. The B&B looks absolutely charming!

W.O.T.E. said...

wow, first class! how lovely.

Janet M said...

Jules, it sure sounds and looks like your trip was wonderful.