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St. Patrick’s Day: “Sláinte!” (Health!/Cheers!)

Posted by on Feb 23, 2017 in Food, Food Blog, Food Recipes, History of St. Patrick, Recipe for St. Patrick's Day, Road Trips R Us, Roadtrips R Us, Roadtripsrus, RoadtripsRUs.net, Savannah GA, St. Paddy's Day, St. Patrick's Day history, St. Patricks Day, Travel, Travel & Food Blog, Travel Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations Quote for Today: May the luck of the Irish be with you! St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 with celebrations in Irish Pubs and restaurants across the United States. Many cities are promoting everything green from dyeing rivers and fountains to parades honoring the Irish.  Savannah’s historic district rates as a top St. Paddy Day celebration destination. There’s always the possibility that you may find a shamrock on River Street. It’s worth the search in this quaint southern city. History of Saint Patrick Saint Patrick was born in 387 CE and grew up on the border of Scotland and England. At sixteen years old, he was taken to Ireland as a slave. He escaped when God spoke to him and said that a ship was waiting for him two hundred miles away. The ship took him back...

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Savannah GA: 4 Squares and More

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Churchhills Pub Savannah GA, Dining in Savannah GA, Food, Food Blog, Mercer House Savannah GA, Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House, Roadtrips R Us, Savannah GA, Travel, Travel Blog | 0 comments

Quote for Today:  Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.  Savannah native, Clarence Thomas   Our second day in Savannah found us back in the Historic District.  The City was built around four squares: Johnson, Wright, Ellis and Telfair.  Each square has eight surrounding blocks and is known as a “Ward.”  This original layout allowed the City to grow by adding squares and by 1851 there were twenty-four of them.       We started our tour on foot strolling down Bull Street to Monterrey Square, location of the Mercer House, which played a large role in “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”  The house really is beautiful and is deceitfully large.  The balcony on the back of this mansion is absolutely gorgeous.   From there we went over to Chatham’s Square and Mrs....

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Explore Georgia’s Shellman’s Bluff

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Blackbeard’s Cove GA, Darien GA, Food, Food Blog, Fort King George and Sapelo Island, Georgia Tourism, Hunter’s Cafe GA, Places to dine Shellman's Bluff GA, Praying for Sheetrock Book, Roadtrips R Us, Savannah GA, Shellman's Bluff GA, Speed’s Kitchen GA, Travel | 0 comments

Quote for Today:  Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Chinese Proverb Barbara Ricciuti, Guest Blogger Recently my husband and I spent several days in Shellman’s Bluff, a quaint fishing village located on the Georgia Coast forty miles South of Savannah and ten miles North of Darien. Darien is a small city and the seat of McIntosh County. It is located on State Highway 17 and before the completion of I-95 was busy with travelers from the North to the Golden Isles of St. Simon and Jekyll as well as the City of Brunswick. Darien is the second oldest city in Georgia, Savannah being the first, and was built at the mouth of the Altamaha River. The first commerce was rice and...

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