Armstrong Inns Bed and Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Armstrong Inns Bed and Breakfast Savannah
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I was awake early again and so was Larry, so we had a leisurely time getting packed and ready to go. Breakfast was the buffet again. I had fruit, eggs and sausage. Larry had eggs, sausage gravy and biscuits. We left at 8:45 and headed toward Charleston Tea Plantation, the only Tea Plantation in North America. We drove across St. James Island and St. Johns Island which were pretty much like suburbia. When we crossed the river to ...
... are over 4,000 roses, 4000 azaleas and a well stocked butterfly house - also incorporating a 3 acre childrens play/ garden. Although much or the pathways were shaded with the canopy of high old trees, the air was still hot and humid. By mid afternoon we were ready to get back to the air conditioned car and take to the busy motorways to find our way to Virginia Beach.
We were too late for the Aquarium, however were allowed ...
... chocolate milkshakes all round. Back in the car we headed north out of Orlando stopping off at Baywash a bikini car wash, unsure of what we were gonna find. We were pleasantly surprised at how well they cleaned the car. The Mustang got treated to a full inside and outside wash. Leaving Orlando we headed up to Savannah. The start of our long 5 day drive of over 1200 miles to Chicago, the Windy City. Arrived in Savannah at sunset, taking a quick dip in ...
... US geography as well as a bit about each state s/he traveled in. We are the lucky caretakers of one of these travel mates and her name is Chantee. She is going with us everywhere!
It was a LONG drive from Asheville to Florida (10 hours in the RV), but very cool to see spring appear the further south we drove - trees leafed out and flowers in bloom. To go along with this, the temperature rose steadily from a chilly spring 45 in ...
... both were delicious.
In other news... my train to Philadelphia was scheduled to depart at 1:30 AM and ended up getting into Savannah at 2:50 AM. Since almost all of Savannah was shut down the day after St. Patty's Day (even most of the bars were closed) I didn't have much to keep me occupied. Either way, I managed to not miss my train and now I'm heading north.
Spent in Savannah: $175
Total Spent On Trip: $3000