Baymont Inn & Suites Savannah South
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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As we crossed into South Carolina, we passed what is now a major complex of shops and attractions called South of the Border. ...
... s a beautiful park and it reflects the pattern of green spaces or squares that are part of the fabric of historic Savannah. We walked into the adjacent neighborhoods as well to see the stately homes, brick streets and beautiful green squares. This part of Savannah is laid out in a grid and every couple of blocks, beautiful historic homes surround a landscaped square. It is certainly a wonderful combination of houses, green spaces and lovely streets for ...
... each 1.6 kms long to allow shipping to pass over the top.
Very interesting information on www.cbbt.com/facts.html Including 4 Islands of 5.25 acres had to be formed to locate each end of the tunnels. (David you will just love this site).
Once over the bridge we were in Virginia and our base for 3 nights /2 days - Norfolk.... where previous homeexchange friends were meeting us. Glenna & Jerry had driven 3 ...
... Evil" as Clary's drugstore. We walked through Chatham Square which was named for William Pitt; Earl of Chatham. At Forsyth Park, we walked past the Fountain, erected in 1858, and the Confederate Memorial. We walked through Whitefield, Troup, Columbia and Warren Squares. Located on Columbia Square, Kehoe House has been a home; a boarding house; a funeral parlor; and is now a four-star bed and breakfast. It was once owned by Joe Namath. After ...
we love savannah. we both had preconcieved ideas about savannah and we were not disappointed. if anything for me, the contrary. we took a touristy trolly to drive us around and show us the historic, river, and market area of the city. than we went back to some of the places that we wanted to explore more. we loved the historic part of savannah with all the live oaks and old homes. the city (the old part) is squared off ...