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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... veggies. Then we left for supper!
Supper was at Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House. It was amazing. When we arrived all the food and sweet tea was on the table in bowls. There were about 25 bowls of all southern home cooking and it was all delicious, I know because I took a tablespoon of everything except the macaroni salad and cabbage because I ran out of room even though we had very large plates. At the end they gave ...
... in full bloom - red, white pink .....In 1938 when 3000 Myrtles were planted, no one would realize that today there are now estimated to be over 40,000 in public areas around Norfolk. The 4 of us looked at our options and chose to spend our day at the Botanical gardens. An enchanting 155 acre haven, that dates back to 1938 when 200 African-American women and men were assigned to clear dense, native vegetation. The gardens ...
... squares in Savannah), cobbled streets, oak trees and towering old cotton warehouses. River street, along the Savannah River was a great place to people watch. The bars along there serve 'roadies', meaning you can ask for your drinks to take away. It was also the first time we saw southern stem boats, painted in classic white with red paddles.
Savannah also has the first African Baptist church, built in 1775.
Savannah is a very cute southern town, full of charm and history. ...
... fact which I didn't know was that the girl scouts organization was founded in Savannah. Also, I found out that part of Forrest Gump was filmed in Savannah and the museum even had a "Forrest Gump Bench" as part of an exhibit. I thought this was quite fitting for since I've had countless people yell at me, "Run Forrest, Run", from my Track and Cross Country days.
Also, I'm starting to notice a trend that almost any museum no ...
What a strange day. We decided last night to go to Savannah today, so after breakfast we travelled just over 100 miles to Savannah. Pretty uneventful journey and I had researched parking so knew where to park. I chose an underground parking garage as we knew it would be hot, so wanted to keep the car as cool as possible.
We left the car park and found our way to the waterfront where we wanted to book a trip on the Dolphin Magic boat ...