BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... up that had 5 stars and was open for lunch. It was a Caribbean place. We were a little skeptical of 5 stars out of 160 reviews but were drawn to the fried plantains so went in with open mind. Turns out this place was one of the best eats we have had on the east coast. I counted up our favorites and it was in the top 4! The food was perfectly cooked and full of new and wonderful flavors. This place only has 6 tables but there was a constant stream of takeouts. ...
... patio with outdoor seating and were an easy 5 minute walk to the beach. Our condo came with a gym membership, too, which we took advantage of 3 times a week. We rented bikes for the month, and it was great to ride around, on the beaches and on the island-wide bike trails. One day, we loaded the bikes on the car and went to Sea Pines. Usually there is a fee to get into this area, but our friends Amy and Brett gave us a pass since ...
... public open space through parks.
The parks are all scattered with walking paths, and most eye catching are the beautifully manicured lawns and vast spread of oak trees. most of the oaks have Spanish moss hanging off them giving dramatic effect.
Fun facts, Savannah is one of the prettiest cities in America. The scene from Forrest Gump when he is sitting on the park bench giving the like is like a box of chocolates was shot in one of ...
... Where the people are poor, the church is what holds the communities together and gives them hope. There were "Jesus Saves" signs in every town. "Think God," one of the signs read as we passed a church, with another church just down the street, and another at the far edge of town. And where there were no towns but just mile after endless mile of green crop land with occasional poor or modest homes set here and there, there were still ...