The Confederate House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... corner. So we drove to River Road and found the Shrimp Factory. Shirley initially thought she would get a fried shrimp po-boy, but opted to get their fried shrimp plate since it was the same thing without the bread. The slaw was seasoned just right, the hush puppies were fried to a dark crust, and the shrimp were lightly battered and fried just right. I could not decide if I should get their shrimp and grits or their shrimp ...
Yesterday, we transitioned back toward the coast and to the Savannah, GA area.
Today, we drove out to Tybee Island, where we had tried to make reservations, but they were booked up due to the events going on during the Columbus Day weekend.
We first drove to their 160 foot lighthouse – the tallest lighthouse in Georgia. The present lighthouse is the fourth Tybee Island lighthouse. ...
... of corn and wheat, before passing into Maryland . Dropping directly South with the Atlantic Ocean on our left and Chesapeake Bay on our right. The final leg of the days journey was crossing over (and under) the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. An amazing feat of engineering with a road over the ocean- total length of road and tunnels is 28 kilometers. There were 2 high rising span bridges for shipping lanes, and 2 tunnels under ...
... The General and his settlers founded Savannah, England's 13th and last colony, in February 1733. General Sherman spared destruction of the city and offered Savannah to President Lincoln on Christmas Day 1864 as a present.
Our first square was Pulaski Square; laid out in 1837. We walked past the famous Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room which serves family style Southern lunches. We passed Clarey's Cafe; featured in "Midnight in the Garden of ...
we love savannah. we both had preconcieved ideas about savannah and we were not disappointed. if anything for me, the contrary. we took a touristy trolly to drive us around and show us the historic, river, and market area of the city. than we went back to some of the places that we wanted to explore more. we loved the historic part of savannah with all the live oaks and old homes. the city (the old part) is squared off ...