Kavanaugh Place And Carriage House

110 east 46th street, Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31405, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $129.00
 

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Day 9 - Savannah

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack

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... leisure time. Its a big park with lots of trees and squirrels.

We walked past the Savannah Police Station and they had a couple of antique police cars out the front. This car still has a few blood stains from a fight outside a nearby bar which does not exist anymore. The police were set upon by the drinkers because they were asking the men to move off the road. Tuff buggas back then.

This is ...

Day 8 - Atlanta to Georgia

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack

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... the street tho, the rain was very heavy for that short time. Typical tropical weather.


After our seafood dinner, which was awesome by the way, we wandered down River Street. It has lots of restaurants, bars, shops, souvenirs etc. I bought a couple of tops.

The sun decided to come out again which made everything even more humid than it was before.






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KOA in Savannah - our own lake

A travel blog entry by katemoore

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Ghost writer here. Bit of a dreary day again, at least to start. First Easter in forever that just the two of us we're present. Left the cabin around 10 and had lunch at a BBQ joint south of Macon. Pulled pork on a bun for Kath and beef brisket on a bun for me. An outstanding Easter brunch! Drove thru downtown Savannah early in the afternoon, then out to Tysee Island ...

Life is like a box of chocolates

A travel blog entry by smkrem

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... I knew there would have been no chance of me running that distance without damaging myself at this stage but it did make me get out at least twice during my visit and start running again (photos and commentary attached). One of the highlights to my visit to Savannah was meeting up with my friend Robert Beach (who I met in Afghanistan in 2011), who took me to the Beach (of course) on Sunday afternoon. Soon after you leave ...

On to Savannah...

A travel blog entry by ford127

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... Established in 1733 by James Oglethorpe, the city was originally designed with four open squares. Each square was surrounded by four residential blocks and four civic blocks. The number of squares grew to 24. Although originally utilitarian, these squares make the city particularly walking-friendly and beautiful. The squares are filled with trees, walking paths, and a statue or fountain at the center. It was in one of ...

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This hotel, located in the Midtown area of Savannah, is near Chippewa Square, Madison Square, Johnson Square, and Columbia Square.
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