Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Last of Savannah

Before leaving the beautiful Savannah back to busy Atlanta, we stopped by Tybee Island to check out the Light Station. Shame it was closed when we were there... Always double check on opening hours when you're travelling! 

If you didn't know Coca-Cola originated from Georgia! 

We went back to Belford's for one last time before he headed to the Georgia State Railroad Museum 

Baby Kale Salad ($10)
Grilled Georgia Peaches, Spiced Pecans, Pickled Red Onions,
Capragia Farms Feta and Balsamic Vinaigrette 
Grilled Chicken Club ($12)
Candied Applewood Smoked Bacon, Thomasville Tomme, Lettuce,
Tomato, Black Petter Parmesan Aioli, Texas Toast
Po'Boy Oyster ($13)
Lettuce, Roasted Roma Tomatoes, Remoulade, French Batarde 
After a nice lunch at Belford's we did a quick tour 

Didn't really fancy getting lost in the heat... 

This site is now known as a National Historic Landmark with a (still) fully operational turntable which rotates between the No. 30 steam locomotive built in 1913. 

Just like kid in a candy store. My eyes were shinning like I was building the houses again around the railroad! 

As for dinner, on the way back to Atlanta, we stopped by a place we haven't been for the longest time by the service station. Longhorn Steakhouse. My favorite thing to there has got to be the sweet potato with cinnamon sugar and butter. 

Some Fried Scampi and bread to share! 
And digging into a good old steak! 

Almost home 

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