The Olde Savannah Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s house where she first filmed her series of cooking shows. It was right next door to Hogan’s Marine. As we turned around to head out to Tyler Creek we saw a shrimp boat with an interesting history from Forrest Gump and Hurricane Hugo. As we headed out he told us about their average tide which is about 9 feet as they are in the Georgia Bight. There were several marinas and lots of great boats. Larry and I were ...
Next stop Savanna, GA. It was a brief visit because it was so cold we just wanted to get south. We enjoyed the 'southern' hospitality while there and he historic trolley bus tour. Found out that the movies, Forrest Gump, and Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil were filmed here (have to see it yet). Also learned that Eating 'Grits' must be an acquired taste... Expenses: Campsite Red Gate Farm 2 nites ...
... evidence tells another story. You know what -- we need what we need. And I simply need to own the fact that yes, I overpack. But you just never know. It's good to be prepared. Especially when Will is your kiddo.
Other than a bit of a meltdown at dinner in Atlantic Beach, FL with some friends we hadn't seen in a while, Will had a pretty good day. A little overstimulation can take our young hero from ...
... heads would explode in Durham!) onto the river front. We walked down by the Savannah River and watched as a huge cargo boat called the "King Rice" made its way out. Here we saw a small ship statue over a fountain, and the water had been dyed green for St. Patrick's Day - madness! Here we entered a food market opposite city hall and popped into a cool old sweet shop called "River Street Sweets Candy Store", where we watched a guy making salt water ...
... but where the f@ck is Mon's chicken?!) and if it wasn't for all of us falling into a food coma from the delicious fried chicken and prize-worthy cherry cobbler we probably would have rioted.
Upon paying the bill we met two women who, upon discovering we were from New York, acted as if they had met celebrities. One of them had the most amazing blonde mullet that well exceeded the two ...