Days Inn and Suites Savannah Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... car has maybe 16-18" diameter wheels on it. This one had 30” diameter wheels. I consider myself a car guy, but this I just don’t get. I think he won a prize for best wheels, though.
On the way back, we stopped in the grass in front of city hall again to let Harley play a bit. He found a stick and we threw it for him to fetch. He likes it when he has something in his mouth and we act like we want to get it. He runs around in a game of ...
... brown that looked purple and lovely warm peach.
Im looking for a grocery store and ask for directions to where Ive been told to go - the local (a woman about my age) says 'you don't want to go walkin there - are you with me?' yes says I ok Ill go to the upscale boutique grocery store that 'all the locals go there' to search for pecans -- sorry gang so far none to be found but I do succumb to 'pimento cheese" - it's popular here!
... there was a few holes in the canvas awning, we better move inside. Just as we sat at our new table, there was a huge bolt of lightning and m************ of thunder and it was on. The wind started, the rain started and we had a full on storm. People out on the balcony scattered as they were getting soaked. By the time they were all settled inside, the storm was over. There was lots of puddles and little ...
... walk from here. As we left the B&B, we got a little shower which was cool and cooling. But the more we walked, the heavier it got, until it was pouring when we got to the shop. As usual, there was a line out the front which took us 15 minutes to get to the front of. After walking in the rain and a 15 minute wait, this ice cream had to be the best we'd ever had. Now, I'm no ice cream expert, but Ben and Jerry's was better than ...
... cookies and fudge. They sold huge toffee apples and delicious pralines. These were a little different to the pralines we made in New Orleans, as they are made only with white sugar. We used white and brown sugar in ours, giving them more of a caramel flavour.
After fuelling up on sugar, we continued on foot, considering a trolley tourist ride but decided to stick to walking. For lunch, we stopped at the Pirate House, a ...