BEST WESTERN PLUS Savannah Airport Inn & Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Savannah Airport Inn & Suites Pooler
It was a pleasant stay! Plenty of room in the suite...clean...all the necessaries...
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... artichoke and came with pita bread. My favorite was the chèvre creole tomato dip. The creole was just like my Aunt Sandy makes, but a little more spicy. There was warm goat cheese in the tomato dip and it was served with toasted baguettes. We also had the fire roasted tomato bruschetta and sautéed mushroom ratatouille. The bruschetta was good but like a lot of others. There was nothing special about it. ...
... Florida where all the snow birds go in the winter...well they got robbed this year because it was cold from the moment we crossed the state line in the panhandle and when we left mid state 5 days later, I swear it was colder. Did a few home improvement projects for her and did a day of bar hopping. Loved the dinner at Amvets and the Bingo even if we didn't win a damn dime and it cost us a small fortune to play..... Great way to earn money for the ...
... when we got there and had only received their drinks. Andrew went to the bar and I grabbed the server to push our order through. I ordered a 6 oz and Andrew a 8 oz sirloin steak with green beans and baked potato loaded with butter, sour cream and bacon bits. We all received our orders close together and I gotta say it was beautiful. We thoroughly enjoyed it and we had one other beer, Stella for me and Sam Adams for Andrew. We had photos all round, I forgot my ...
... cars I felt truly sorry for them and what they were missing out on. I managed to time my visit perfectly with a guided tour by one of the park rangers - very lucky as I honestly couldn't have imagined the rich history behind the pile of stones that have been left behind. The site was the landing point of the first English settlers to the state of Georgia and Noble Jones a carpenter who arrived in that first group in 1733 and whose ...
... an elk bull. Since the Blue Ridge Parkway was closed, we were forced to detour through the Cherokee Indian Reservation, where we got lunch. Then we descended into deep Maggie Valley , passing a hill covered with snow and people tubing down its slope. Andrew told me, "I never want to touch snow again!" So we didn't stop. The short day ended as we crossed into South Carolina, south of Asheville. We made our way across the ...