Luxury Living Savannah

Address: 14 East Taylor St., Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31401, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located in the Downtown Savannah area of Savannah, is near Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours, Mercer Williams House Museum, Sorrel Weed House, and Green-Meldrim House.
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      Departing Savannah!

      A travel blog entry by scottcsadler29 on Jan 07, 2015

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      Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...

      November in Hilton Head, South Carolina

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... patio with outdoor seating and were an easy 5 minute walk to the beach. Our condo came with a gym membership, too, which we took advantage of 3 times a week. We rented bikes for the month, and it was great to ride around, on the beaches and on the island-wide bike trails. One day, we loaded the bikes on the car and went to Sea Pines. Usually there is a fee to get into this area, but our friends Amy and Brett gave us a pass since ...

      Boiled Peanuts and a Grand Allee

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 29, 2014

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      ... homeland. He started to build a fortified house made of tabby in 1737 overlooking the waterway that ran past his property. The house took some time to complete due to two wars, one a Spanish invasion and a battle with St. Augustine. He finally finished in 1745 and started raising cattle. He planted corn, turnips, potatoes, rice, cotton, oranges, figs, pomegranates, peaches, apricots, and mulberry trees for silk. In 1756 he received a ...

      Last day in Savannah

      A travel blog entry by andrewcockerill on Jun 09, 2014

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      ... br> Second stop was a ship chancery which was set up as a bit theatre show. Another bit of harmless fun.
      This morning we headed to Forsythe park for a walk and took in all the sights before we jumped on the Trolley for a trip to the Savannah visitor centre and museum. We spent about an hour checking out the museum before we headed off for a late lunch at 'Crystal Beer Parlour'. Whilst enroute the heavens started ...

      Savannah

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Dec 04, 2013

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      ... to an old friend of a friend we had met in Asheville and do a bit more sightseeing including the Savannah Cotton Exchange. The Cotton Exchange was a major part in the success of Savannah and played a major role in the cotton industry nation wide. The Exchange building is a grand red stone Romanesque building with a large fountain and Griffin statue in front. It is believed to be one of the few buildings in the world that were constructed over an existing ...