BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
Woke up fairly late after another big night. We had another free day today and spent it around the pool with beats and drinks. Alot of people went into Savannah to have a look around, the rest of us were too hungover and felt that we already saw what we wanted the day before. It was a perfect day just ...
... There are a number of really cool looking restaurants on the waterfront, but you are paying for the location, and a seafood lunch wasn't to our liking. So we headed up to the market square region of downtown to have a look for some lunch options. We stumbled on to a place that was my second choice for dinner last night if we didn't get into the 'Distillery'. The lunch was really good, and not too large like most of the meals here. I ...
History has filled our creative minds with so many facts, that I think our minds may explode!!! Today we spent the day sightseeing. We first got up and went down to the workout room we worked out for a solid 30 minutes, then decided to go swim! One of my favorite things :) Then we came back up to the hotel room to get ready for our day. We then headed out the big ...
The drive from Atlanta to Savannah takes the best part of five hours. Not particularly to be recommended except for lovers of long, flat freeways and trees. Past Macon and for almost four hours, there's little else until close to the coast....the cotton fields and you know you've truly arrived in the Deep South. Savannah's fame and fortune in the 19th century was built on cotton. The grand old Cotton Exchange building still dominates Bay Street, in the midst of Factors Row, ...