Tag Archives: Tours

A Savannah Walk

It’s Black Friday. A good day for us to stay away from the shopping centers. We did drive into Savannah just to walk around the parks. We began our walk at Forsyth Park, one of the largest parks in Historic … Continue reading

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Savannah GA

Another bright sunny day. Historic Savannah is one of our favorite cities to visit. This might be our 4th or 5th time here, I lost count. So, we kinda know our way around now. We began our day at the … Continue reading

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Historic Charleston SC

Another beautiful sunny day. We found the Charleston Visitor Center this morning. There are several tour options available there. We booked a guided tour of the Historic Charleston area with the Gray Line Tour Company. We didn’t even consider driving … Continue reading

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Biltmore Estate

America’s Largest Home, built by George and Edith Vanderbilt 1895 in Asheville, North Carolina.  We spent several hours there on a self-guided tour that brought us up the first three levels and the basement. The house was all decked out for … Continue reading

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Thousand Islands Tour

Today was a beautiful day! A good day for a boat tour.  There are several tour companies here, and I’m sure they’re all good. We chose Uncle Sam Boat Tours upon recommendation by a fellow camper at the campground we … Continue reading

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Erie Canal

About 20 miles from here is the town of Lockport, New York. The Erie Canal runs right through the middle of the town. There’s a really good museum here with everything you ever wanted to know about the origin and … Continue reading

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The PA Capitol

Hmm..what to do on a Sunday? Harrisburg is Pennsylvania’s state capital and it’s only about 15 miles from here so we went to have a look at it. This is the best time to drive downtown in any city because … Continue reading

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Road Trip to Bisbee

Copper mining was the big draw in Bisbee beginning in the late 1880’s until 1975, when the mine closed.  It used to be known as the “Queen of the Copper Camps.” We took the Queen Mine Tour today. The temperature … Continue reading

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