Armstrong Inns Bed and Breakfast

554 East Taylor Street, Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31401, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Beach Institute area of Savannah, is near Massie Heritage Interpretation Center, Savannah Heritage Tours, Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home, and Hamilton-Turner House.
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    Travel Blogs from Savannah

    Wormsole

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 10, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... creole. I asked the waitress who recommended the shrimp and grits. I was glad she did as the meal was fantastic. We learned that the grits are slow cooked for several hours and then cream is added along with cheese to make them smooth and very tasty. A generous helping of shrimp were sautéed in a browned garlic butter c******nay sauce with green onions and tomatoes and served over the grits along with crumbled maple bacon. Yum, ...

    Savannah, GA

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Oct 09, 2014

    20 photos

    ... two were built on the beach and were destroyed due to erosion and sea surge during storms. The next lighthouse was built where the present lighthouse sits. It was destroyed during the Civil War, when Confederate troops set it on fire. The exterior was not damaged, but the interior stairs and supporting infrastructure were burned. After the Civil War, the Lighthouse Establishment began work on rebuilding ...

    Charleston to Savannah

    A travel blog entry by bigpeteriley on Aug 07, 2014

    18 photos

    ... of two and half hours, we had time to see the countryside change as we have moved further south, it had changed from forest to a more tropical jungle like feel. There is now also a very southern feel to the landscape which came along with the heat, lots of Savannah and marshlands replacing the verdant grasslands of the more Northern States.

    We arrived in Savannah at about 6:30pm crossing a ...

    What a beautiful town

    A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jun 18, 2014

    36 photos

    ... It was quite a nice drive.

    Arriving into town, we knew we had made a change in scenery from Florida. The streets here in Savannah are gorgeous ; more about that later. The population here is 150,000.

    We checked in at our hotel The "Thunderbird Inn." This is a very retro/bohemian hotel and attracts a lot of young backpackers and hippies. It's nice and clean and has all the amenities we could need.

    We couldn't wait to explore ...

    The politest way to be asked to leave

    A travel blog entry by serenaace on Dec 24, 2013

    ... a shot. The history of Savannah is very interesting, and I certainly could see myself living here if it were an option. I love the fact it is part of our own history - Madeira wine and Savannah have a history, as we do. I even finally admitted we went on our honeymoon to Madeira ( as much as is bugs me). So the cheese and wine at 5:30 was excellent, however I'm pretty sure you ...