Forsyth Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that you really had to listen carefully when he spoke because his accent was so thick. Turns out he owns quite a bit of property here and the part of the park we are staying in is only a couple of months old. He seemed like a genuinely nice person with all the southern manners you could have.
He has done quite well for himself over the years, growing up as one of seven kids of a poor uneducated farmer here in Georgia. Bill told of his ...
... we normally attend church on that evening, we sought out a Presbyterian church offering such a worship service. The Independent Presbyterian Church just happened to be in easy walking distance of the hotel. It is a beautiful church inside and out, featuring Corinthian columns with hand-carved capitals, a dramatic oval dome and solid mahogany pulpit. We found the service quite different from ...
... largest container port in the country, behind LA, Long Beach and NY.
Here are some of the homes we described...I'll let their beauty speak for themselves. (Warning: there's a LOT of photos below). Enjoy them.
Oh, You'll notice the stairs on most of the homes go up at least 10 feet
from the street ...
... night. We met a nice couple from Atlanta that were getting married at the Sweetwater brewery in Atlanta this Fall. We’ve definitely made a lot more friends and have had many conversations with people from the south; they are much friendlier and laid back. We did a little shopping on the Riverwalk then next morning after breakfast at the inn and headed to our next destination: Tybee Island. Located only about 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee Island is ...
... We did a Ghosts & Gravestone tour to end the day. I am not a believer or non-believer of ghosts. I am pretty much on the fence. The tour included lots of stories about murders and ghosts. We also went to two locations. The first was where a triple murder happened. The original house was demolished and another building built. They say that the three ladies that were murdered are still there. ...