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Thank you so much for the information. I have forwarded it to my brother in
Savannah.I am sorry there was so much confusion with my previous message. I
have never had that problem before.As for sites to see there are so many.
The water front.
A tour of the town. All tours start from the old train station near
downtown. To see the old homes is fantastic.
There are two forts that are great.
For a place to eat, ask where the boarding house is that serves family
style meals. If you leave hungry it is your own fault. HAHA
The beach is nice.
Be sure and get a map or you might get lost.
If you read the book "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"
they have a tour for that that is very interesting.
I am not from there, but have family in Savannah I visit every
year. I will be there The weekend for the wedding on March 11. Hope you have
a nice time.
There are a lot of excellent sea food restaurants. I hope this isn't garble
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 4:47 PM
Subject: Re: music
> The two I found closest to you are;
> William Hunter
> Mercer University Pipes & Drums
> Milledgeville (912) 452-4070
> Robert K. Miller
> The Augusta Highlanders
> Augusta (706) 771-0070
> Judy and I will be visiting Savannah in March. What do you recommend for
> 1st. time visitor?
> Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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