BEST WESTERN Plus Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... everything changed. It is very rural and sparsely populated because the water is a problem. The tea plantation has a special filter system to get rid of the bad taste. We saw rows and rows of tea bushes, hundreds of thousands of tea plants. When we arrived at the factory we gathered on the porch and divided into two groups. Our group toured the factory first to see how the tea is processed after it is harvested. We learned that ...
... place. We did and our first stop was the Cathedral of St. John. Wouldn't you know it was closed for worship so we went across the street to Layfayette Square. David called and Jerry talked for a while and I wandered around trying to find some sunshine. Then we walked over to Colonial Park Cemetery. Graves there went back to the 1700's and there were over 700 buried there who had died from yellow fever. Many of the ...
... bus/shuttle across to the Apollo/Saturn V Centre where there is a rocket on display, pieces of the moon are on display, space suits . We watched a 3D movie which went for 45mins which was on the Space Station. Really felt like you were on there with them. it was very interesting. Also saw the presentation on the Moon landing in 1969. Visited the Astronaut Hall of Fame amongst heaps of other stuff you can do out there. Drove past the NASA ...
... was our last overnight stop before leaving Florida. It’s a small city and is very beautiful with Spanish inspired buildings. Dinner was at an all you can eat pizza place across the road from the hotel. After dinner we all went out for a harbour cruise that included ghost tour with an old guy dressed up as a pirate. The tour also included a walk around the town at night looking at old ...
... this place is owned by some Hollywood worthy and there are signed movie star pictures and posters all over the place. Full and happier I head to the waterfront. Sadly, it's a little disappointing in the rain and the shops here are all high end tourist tat. There is a place with signed memorabilia which is fun...there are some cool things like a programme signed by Louis Armstrong and several Forrest Gump items (more on that later), a bunch of stuff signed by people I have ...