Presidents' Quarters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... We had left Edisto early and reached the Red Gate RV park near downtown Savannah by noon, set up camp just as the rains began. We headed out to have lunch, do some grocery shopping, and get our flu shots at a local Walmart.
We headed to Whole Foods thinking we might just have a light lunch there but then looked on Yelp for southern food restaurants. Many feature heavy foods and lotsa meat which we prefer not to eat, however one little restaurant ...
This is Heather with a fall update...
We spent the month of November in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Neither of us had been there before, and since it was the off season, we were able to get a nice condo for less than $1000 for the month. And while it was "off season" - it was still pretty warm most days.
Our condo was perfect -- 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, open floor plan for kitchen, dining room and living room. We also had ...
... town, so we immediately put our runners on and went trekking around town.
Savannah was founded by Oglethorpe in 1733. He was a wise man and apparently a great surveyor too. He designed the layout of this city extremely efficiently, with absolutely no sacrifice of beauty. It is set out in a simple grid pattern with parks scattered strategically throughout the entire city. These parks are all gorgeous, and serve as a great traffic slower while ...
... we continued down town.
This area is quite beautiful, full of grand Southern homes and the streets are lined with oak trees draped in Spanish moss. The walk only took us about 15 minutes, and we reached the river district, with shops lined up facing the Savannah River. We browsed the tourist shops and visited the Savannah Candy Kitchen, full of wicked sugary treats. There was a wall of lollies and a separate room ...