Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Savannah, Day 2

We were so tired on Sunday night that we went to bed at 8:30 (no joke!) and woke up at 4 in the morning.  We just hung out in bed for a couple hours before hitting the breakfast bar at 6:30.  After we worked out and showered, we headed out to do some house window-shopping, and we found our dream house:


It has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, wraparound porch, balcony, and a small guest house; it's so perfect!  We're hoping it's still on the market once I get my settlement.

After house-hunting, we hit up Broughton Street to shop a bit.  Kolin found a shirt at Gap for 5 bucks and I bought a swimsuit.  Our hotel has a heated outdoor pool, 


so after we had leftover pizza for lunch, we went swimming:

Kolin had a meeting with his new boss, the owner of Wright Square Cafe.  Kol with be the pastry chef at his new restaurant opening on Skidaway Island in May.  Afterwards, we walked around downtown:

 smiling in Forsyth Park

We ate dinner at Cafe at City Market.  This was the first disappointing experience I've had in Savannah.  I guess we should have known to not expect much when we walked in and absolutely NO ONE was in there, but we just thought that it was because of the rain and cold.  Our waitress took forever to do anything, and the food wasn't very good for the price.  To cheer ourselves up, we had drinks and dessert at The Lady & Sons, then headed back to the hotel to have a bottle of wine.

Keep praying.

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