BEST WESTERN Central Inn
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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. ...
... in Charleston, the bus was established to ease city traffic congestion.
Travelling on the free bus, does increase the possibilities of sitting next to questionably dressed and smelling passengers. But, soon enough we arrived at Savannah's Riverfront. A cobbled street overlooking the Savannah River, is home to italian styled architecture housing shops a restaurants alike.
With hunger settling in and a few tired kids to boot, ...
... this tour, the mansions we visited and southern life prior to the Civil War.
Going back to comparisons, Charleston definitely has much better food. We had one good experience in Savannah at Vic's place down by the river, certainly recommend a visit there.
Savannah has a fairly new contemporary art museum, called the Jepson Centre. Apparently the building design was the subject of much revision and comment from many in the city, but it is certainly ...
... amp; said the branch was really heavy, it would have done a lot of damage had it hit a car. We were lucky because we had followed the guide book to detour off the road to look at some old shacks that were still there that were supposedly still occupied by descendants from the original slaves but now fish for shrimp & crawfish. There's logging everywhere, whole areas of forest are being cleared, I guess for housing or shopping malls. Arrive at Savannah ...
... the city but decided we’d prefer to go and check-in at the hotel, and relax for a couple of hours before hitting the streets again. We turned back to the hotel and did just that. It’s a lovely place and provides a very relaxing environment for us both.
We spent a good three or so hours just kicking back before deciding to go and check out River Street. It’s an area that the locals avoid, but it’s also a historic place as all ...