Days Inn and Suites Savannah Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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April 15: Day 10. 361255 361844 589 kms Anniston, Georgia
This was probably our last big driving slog for weeks, as we have pretty much hit our goal of the East Coast. The drive was mostly freeway, with a bit of suburbia driving through Birmingham. After Birmingham the traffic really ramped up in volume and madness. Sign of things to come?
We did have one of our serendipity experiences today. As we had entered Mississippi for a stretch ...
... we had to sure we got off and on where and when we wanted to. If we missed a stop we just missed it. Walking to another stop wasn't an option and neither was riding the trolley for a long time to get back to where we wanted to go so Mondaynight we sort of picked out some of the stops we were most interested in.
The first stop was the City Market. We got off there and went the trolley store. They had several things we were interested in but ...
... 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. ...
... and killed at least a hundred of those suckers. Eventually we had to don our very snappy, fashionable bug clothing including the ever popular Bug Bucket( a hat with a net to cover the face.) and our net jackets. While this was helpful, it did not stop the flies from entering the boat. We eventually had to close all the windows. Now folks, it was about 90 degrees with 100% humidity in the swamps. Closing the windows was like turning the boat into a floating a furnace. It was pretty ...
... get off and on at the same stop because it is too confusing to figure out where the trolley will stop. I am thinking, "What?? I think you are insulting my intelligence here. I know how these things work, I can figure this on and off stuff out....." Well, guess who won there!! Got off on stop 8 of 13 and could never figure out how to get back on the bus. Either didn't come soon enough, got bored and wandered off. Or I couldn't figure out where the ...