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Travel Blogs from Savannah
We got to the Savannah area on Friday and spent Saturday and Sunday touring the area. We took the Old Town Trolley around Savannah on Saturday and then drove to Tybee Island for lunch. On the way back we stopped at Fort Pulaski which was built to guard the opening of the Savannah River during the Civil War. It fell during the first battle it was in. On Sunday ...
On the road again following our Christmas hiatus, and enjoying the seafood at Tubby's on the river near Savannah. S is picturesque as ever and well worth a stop if you can find a place to park. The 70 degree day brought out a hoard of other tourists. Now it's time to fix up and restock the camper at Gary's in Statsboro and then head for the music scene in ...
... drove through Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, and finally Savannah, Ga. We stopped to eat at a hamburger place called Krystal that are all over the place. Thought we would check it out. It turned out to be sliders, just like White Castle! It was great. Will be hitting them up again. Our plan was to head north towards the Great Smoky Mountains, and Gatlinburg, but with this winter storm ...
... built their temple in the shape of a Gothic church so not to offend the other faiths at the time. Inside however it's complete of its own unique Jewish design and feel. We chatted with the local guide inside who proudly showing us 14th century deerskin Torah scrolls which came with the first settlers, which they still read from today, along with original letters from Abraham Lincoln.
One of the best things about Savannah is the fact it exists at ...
... waving her apron. Apparently this woman waved her apron at every boat going by waiting for a man who promised her he would come back for her. After 40 years, and growing the most muscular arms from apron waving, she gave up.
We walked through the squares downtown and along the waterfront, stopping for much needed hydration. It was over 90 today.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed