Our second day in Savannah was spent mostly inside because of the rain. When we did head out we ate at a great hotdog place called Subdogs Hot Doggery. Their hot dogs were enormous and on some of the best hot dog buns I have ever tried. We also stopped in at an antique shop, a wonderfully stocked vintage book store, and a few more shops. At this point I was in search of a pair of earrings to take home as a momento but I had a really hard time finding any place that sold something either attractive, not junky, or affordable (below $30). But in the end I was able to find a pair of lovely honey jade earrings in an Asian shop.
That night we found an Asian restaurant to eat at for dinner. It was still raining when we arrived. The place we chose was called The Noodle Bowl and was possibly the best Asian restaurant I have ever eaten at, and that is saying a lot as I grew up eating all sorts of good food in Indonesia. Both of the owners were from Java and quite friendly.
Wednesday was a lazy morning spent in bed or in our room for as long as possible before checkout at 12. After leaving the hotel we went back to one of the large parks we had passed while heading out to the Noodle Bowl last night. This particular park was surrounded by the large southern homes associated with places like Savannah or Charleston. Some really beautiful homes.
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