The Olde Savannah Inn
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- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Larry had key lime pie and I had banana pudding. Of course they served sweet tea with the meal and coffee with dessert. While we were eating a "pirate" came in to tell us about the pirate house which was an actual pirate house at one time. It also contained the oldest structure, a little Herb House, which is the oldest standing structure in the US. The "pirate" also brought in two birthday desserts with sparklers for Sharon ...
... It's nice to be on pavement for a change. It appears to be a nice campground but there are not many people here. I guess January is not exactly the height of tourist season in Savannah!
As soon as we got everything set up we went to Walmart for creamer and a few other groceries, then back for Jerry to watch Seattle in the playoffs. I thought about going on a walk but just didn't!
Salmon for dinner and an early to bed night. ...
Up and away for an early start for our 8 hour drive South to Savannah.. passing out of Virginia, North, then South Carolina and into Georgia by 5 pm , at 97 degrees!!!! The 'Arthur hurricane was passing us during the day,heading up the Outer Banks, while we skirted HIM as we went South. Lucky us!!!!
Our 1 night in Savannah, gave us time to spend a couple of hours in the Historic area in downtown before dark.. .A ...
We continued our East Coast journey through the low country. Our first stop was Charles Pinckney's plantation. Charles Pinckney was born into a prominent Charleston family in 1757. His father, a wealthy planter and attorney was also commanding officer of the local militia, a member of the General assembly, and, in 1775 President of the South Carolina Provincial Congress. The Pinckney's were part of Charleston's social elite.
Charles's career of public service started in 1779 at ...
... honeymoon - she as Australian, he was Northern Irish, from Belfast.
We had lunch one day in a Wright Square cafe owned by two friends of Amy, our Diamond Cove realtor. She had told the owners that we would call in so we were made to feel very welcome and given some complimentary desserts.
So how does Savannah compare to Charleston? Or should we even do that comparison? Probably not. Savannah seems like a bigger, busier city. Its great ...