BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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It was a real pleasure talking to Bill and getting to hear some of his stories. Cheryl and I both enjoyed listening to him. I’m sure he could talk all day about things he has seen and done in his life. I think by then I would understand every word he said.
After dinner we took Harley around the park for a walk and to see what the rest of it looked like. It was very spacious with paved roads and lots ...
... The sunset was amazing, the food was the best we’ve had so far, and they had an extremely talented trio of musicians performing outside on the patio. Two guitar players and a violin, and all had beautiful singing voices. It was a really great time and the perfect way to end our little paradise vacation before heading back into the woods. Breakfast this morning at the inn was wonderful and we chatted with two other couples who were also staying there. One ...
... that part of town. "No, I happily said--this is our first trip and I am looking forward to a comfortable bed". His reply was that "you'd better hope for a clean bed". When he dropped us off, he turned and said very seriously, "see those tracks, make sure you stay on this side of them"
The hotel was straight out of a Hollywood production that called for 'seedy, decrepit and dirty' What could we do, it was 1am, my husband was feeling no pain and we ...
... not whether they were black or white, gay or straight, religious or atheist. My sister and I were brought up to appreciate the same so walking through this exhibition made me both sad and furious. These poor people! What a ridiculous situation to have forced upon them and how strong they were to fight for their rights, get through it and prevail.
From the Civil Rights Museum we moved on to the Mercer Williams House. For those of you who ...
... does shows, we checked but she is not doing one during the time we are here. We walked through all the squares to the water front. Headed afterwards to Market Place and had some terrific pizza freshly made for us. We are now snacking on fresh cheesecake and tea that the Inn leaves out for guests. Tomorrow will write of our new adventures, starting with a leisurely breakfast in the garden of the Inn. ...