Zeigler House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZeigler House Inn Savannah
Ein wunderschön renoviertes und mit Antiquitäten eingerichtetes 150 Jahre altes Haus in einer der schönsten Straßen des Historic Distric, das ist Zeigler House. Unser Zimmer ist groß und hat eine Pantry Küche. Das Bad ist riesig - zwei Waschbecken, walk-in shower, was will man mehr? Aber Jackie kann selbst das noch toppen. Im Erdgeschoss gibt es Aufenthaltsräume mit Kaffee, Sherry, Pralinen und um 17:00 Uhr Wein, Käse und Snacks. Wahnsinn!
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... set to walk and went down one of the main drags to a little breakfast place where we had excellent Banana Bread Pecan French Toast, a local treat then headed over to the Hilton hotel lobby to make our monthly business conference call. This tip came from our visitor center guide.
Then we walked around downtown Savannah. I had just watched the movie, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" so was interested in the fountain in Forsyth Park. We walked about ...
... I highly recommend being a cat cuddler! I miss those kitties, but when we get back from traveling I will spoil my own 2 boys, Duncan and Hayden, even more!
We went to Savannah, GA twice -- it was a quick 45 minute drive. The first time, we did a Segway tour of some historical sites, and then met up with Andrea and Frank - the sister and brother-in-law of our Uncle Tom. We LOVED the Segway tour! I was a bit worried ...
... is an old cobblestone road that is littered with century old buildings. They used to be cotton factories, but now the entire street has been converted into boutiques, pubs, restraunts etc.
The entire town feels very southern, and the "southern hospitality" is certainly abundant. Everyone was incredibly nice, saying "hello y'all how are you today" etc.
Gus and I just returned from a distillery and dinner. Great craft beers that are 5.5% ...
... eatery. We opted for the buffet at $13.95 each, which was excellent value. The buffet boasted a delicious range of Southern food, such as fried chicken, fish, mashed potatoes, macaroni cheese, fried okra, beans, rice and collared greens. As this was the first fried chicken I'd had since arriving in the US, I grabbed a few pieces, and loved every mouthful. For dessert we passed on the Key Lime Pie, saving that experience for ...