Baymont Inn & Suites - Savannah (West)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Moved on to Savannah, Georgia. As we traveled north into Georgia, the landscape and feel of the country started changing. It was nice to see more trees and some hills. Savannah is a very pretty city. It has a real feel of the south with the big oaks and trees covered with Spanish Moss. The architecture of the homes and buildings also in the style of plantations and southern ...
... Most of Savannah's squares are named in honor or in memory of a person, persons or historical event, and many contain monuments, markers, memorials, statues, plaques, and other tributes.
These once open squares are now filled with large trees and greenery and are very beautiful and tranquil places in the midst of a busy little city. They are really something worth seeing. You can often see street performers here who sing, or play music. Today, in ...
... flowering bushes hence the 'ranches with landscaping'
Another great dinner this time at Eli's Table where the servers are somewhat stressed at our request to get us out by 6:30 so we can go across the street to the Round Church to hear the "Sounds of Charleston" - it is most enjoyable and everything from to Classical (Bach) to a fabulous rendition of Rhapsody in blue - played in duet (played by a Lebanese immigrant to Canada ...
... We walked to the Crystal Beer Parlor for dinner - great decor and service, just OK food. Fried green tomatoes in panko - I don't think so! I should have known better. But it was a good time catching up with what has been going on with each other. I had told Colton I wanted to buy him a Chatham Artillery punch, so we went back down to River Street. We walked along the waterfront, and even met a family who's dad was an Aggie and ...
... the city without first having seen the land, and they were actually able to carry out the plans. It is apparently the first such city blueprint and is today as it was then. The old town is evenly divided into neat little blocks, with a unique square/garden in the centre. Can't remember all the details of this, but had something do do with social equality for the debtors who where exported here. It was an agricultural economy, with ...