BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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... of Savannah but in a humorous way. One of my favorite characters was Paula Dean from the Cooking Channel. At the end Mark came out as a Shriner and we all participated in a St. Patrick's Day Parade. Savannah has the second largest one in the US after NYC. It was only about an hour long but was very fun and entertaining.
Then we came back to the hotel about 9:30. I blogged. We leave tomorrow at 8:30 for another jam packed day.
... to wait a few minutes. They are scheduled every 20 minutes. Jerry went into the Visitor's Center to get a package of M&M's for me to carry in my purse just in case he had another sugar drop today. The biggest difference in the trolley tour in St. Augustine and the tour in Savannah is the distance covered. The tour in St. Augustine was shorter and walking between the stops wasn't a problem. The tour in Savannah is 90 blocks longs and covers a lot of ...
... out to be very enjoyable and the food was excellent. After brunch Robert and Joyce spent more time with Casie and Brian and I went to the Georgia State Railroad Museum which is near downtown. It too was an interesting place. We were still so full from brunch that we didn't have dinner. Just a little snacking and another movie in the RV finished out our night. This was the first place where we really noticed the Mosquitos. Everyone got bit except Brian. Time to get the Off ...
Park Cemetary-this is right in the center of downtown. Very old with
most of the plots dating back to the civil war time frame.
Street-my favorite part of Savannah. There are tons of shops and places
to eat. Right on the water and paved with cobblestone.
Savannah, the most beautiful city i've ever been to! It was so appealing to look at and so were the women, the women there were pretty much all stunning, there weren't actually many girls that weren't attractive in atleast one way. The city itself was also beautiful, the buildings had a mediterannian feel with a mix of tropical style trees outside and vines hanging down off of them.
Not long after leaving the station and just a short walk up the road we met our host ...