The Confederate House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... him a job.
He said he worked hard all his life and it appears he has made some good decisions. Many years ago he bought 5 acres of property here from a man for $3,000. He originally agreed to buy 3 acres but found out that the minimum the man could sell was 5 acres. (Due to regulations at the time.) Many years later, the man he bought the property from was divorcing his wife so he bought the remaining property. He has since purchased much ...
... columns of the Greek Doric or Iconic orders. Construction is post and beam, and roofs are designed with slopes and may be disguised behind heavy cornices and parapets. Savannah example: First Baptist Church
ItalianateThe Italianate style was inspired by the farm houses of northern Italy and is depicted by low garbled ...
... piece of paradise on the Atlantic Ocean. We stayed at the Tybee Island Inn which is a historical building turned into a bed & breakfast with 5-6 rooms. The front “yard” was beautiful tropical gardens all shaded by a 200 year old live oak, covered is Spanish moss of course. Blake got some gorgeous pictures of the place and we immediately wanted to never leave! We took advantage of the quick five minute walk to the beach. The water was choppy but ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We arrived in Savannah around dinner time and we just ate across the street at a nice little restaurant with outside seating called Public. I remember having a popular brew of the month that was supposed to have Kentucky bourbon flavoring. It was one of the worst beers I have ever had. After dinner we walked to the river. One thing that is very unique to ...
Great weather day here. Has hit seventy five and lots of sun. We left about eleven this am for the okefenokee swamp in way cross Georgia. About 60 miles from here. The swamp has had a major fire in 07 and is now in the recovering stage. Hiked about a half mile through the swamp on a board walk just inches off the water. Lots of interesting vegetation with some carnivorous pants noted. Perfect day for this in temp was right, no bugs, few ...