The Olde Savannah Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... 8211; we choose Chinese - called "New China" – a small takeout place with two tables – family run – they’re speaking Mandarin and the children are doing their homework. Harvey speaks a little Mandarin with the wife – and for a short time we sit and observe and talk ...
... associated with it. It's right next door to the old Savannah Dueling ground so the looser never had far to go.
We headed down to the river for one last time, and ended back here in the dark.
Tomorrow, we are off to N'warlens, or as the rest of the world calls it New Orleans. We hand the car back before our flight at 1.00pm tomorrow afternoon, and will be on the ground by about 5.00pm after a plane change in ...
... Becca’s favorite back alley we crossed through Forsyth Park and stopped at the local American Legion to grab a drink and dinner. We ordered our beers from a familiar looking American Legion/VFW bar and walked down the hall to Betty Bombers All-American Eatery. The eatery was an updated old-school diner decked out with old Coke and military memorabilia. Kaitlyn and I split the hot pastrami and fries. The pastrami was piled high and had a great peppery ...
Just as Joseph Banks collected thousands of botanical specimens during Captain's Cook’s exploration of Australia, Mrs Henry’s collection of commemorative fridge magnets continues to grow as we travel the USA. New York, Philladelphia, Washington, Kitty Hawk and then a southern trio: Wilmington, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia.
Yes, dear donors, the Mr Henry Institute has reached the southernmost point of its exploration ...