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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... going dry from drought and telling him, “It doesn’t take two of us to watch this place dry up. Go and get yourself a job.” So he did. After being a pest, or persistent, with a woman who was in charge of hiring, one day the woman said to him, “Is something wrong with you? I told you I would call you when there was a job available and you just keep coming back.” He said he told her nothing is wrong that a job wouldn’t fix. ...
... we normally attend church on that evening, we sought out a Presbyterian church offering such a worship service. The Independent Presbyterian Church just happened to be in easy walking distance of the hotel. It is a beautiful church inside and out, featuring Corinthian columns with hand-carved capitals, a dramatic oval dome and solid mahogany pulpit. We found the service quite different from ...
... church, in side and out. My photos inside did not come out so great so I grabbed some from the web.
We went to the first public school house in Georgia and, naturally, I got in trouble....
We stayed at Hardeeville RV in Hardeeville, South Carolina, ...
... piece of paradise on the Atlantic Ocean. We stayed at the Tybee Island Inn which is a historical building turned into a bed & breakfast with 5-6 rooms. The front “yard” was beautiful tropical gardens all shaded by a 200 year old live oak, covered is Spanish moss of course. Blake got some gorgeous pictures of the place and we immediately wanted to never leave! We took advantage of the quick five minute walk to the beach. The water was choppy but ...
... associated with it. It's right next door to the old Savannah Dueling ground so the looser never had far to go.
We headed down to the river for one last time, and ended back here in the dark.
Tomorrow, we are off to N'warlens, or as the rest of the world calls it New Orleans. We hand the car back before our flight at 1.00pm tomorrow afternoon, and will be on the ground by about 5.00pm after a plane change in ...