Armstrong Inns Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Savannah
Quick trip to Folly Beach, which was just as I had pictured it.
Back in the car and a short ride to Savannah, Georgia. T-shirt weather, great for walking.
We saw Johnny Mercer's(Moon River) house, General Sherman's house, many parks, squares, and fountains, an old synagogue , a Cathedral and ...
... that we had more time just to hang around the resort, as it seems to be a great place. For now, just a map pin, as we're partying at my Cousin Janet's house tonight!
We got to Savannah on Friday afternoon. We were really hoping for nice warm weather and it is just not coming our way. The cool rainy weather seems to be chasing us! It is a good thing that we are only staying a few days in Savannah as our campground this time is very basic. We had to buddy up with another camper that was gone for the weekend, Derrell and Fon had to do the same. The campground is nestled in the old ...
We protested about leaving Charleston, having little idea of what was ahead, but Savannah Historic Town was beautiful and after a slightly cheesy tram car ride round the city to get ourselves orientated we walked oursleves to exhaustion that afternoon and the next day. We stayed in a comfortable row (terraced) house and explored the old squares, museums and colonial cemetery with the help of a ...
... of fort Pulaski started in 1812 and took 18 years to build. The whole reason that fort Pulaski was built was not for war, but to protect Savanna from any invaders. The people who built the fort were the confederate soldiers. A little bit later ...
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