Days Inn and Suites Savannah Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and the bourbon, no wonder Scarlet O'Hara fainted so much.
While Savannah is clearly special, I can't help but feel heavy here. There is an undercurrent of its dark history, the spirits of those used against their will to build it. You can feel it in it trees, in its shadows, in its talks of ghosts. I felt the same way in Cape Town - I wanted to love it and revel in its beauty, but it's a challenge. And while there were ...
... I don’t know, I've only worked here for two weeks.
Our goal for getting on the 17 was twofold. I wanted to take something other than the interstate roads so we could see some of small America. Also, there was a place we wanted to visit along the 17, just about 10 miles north.
The place we were looking for is supposedly the smallest church in America. Hey, call something the smallest, largest or whatever-est, and it will ...
... headed down to the riverfront and decided on seafood for dinner. We picked a great place that had a balcony and we could watch all the ships going past while eating. We ordered some drinks and while we were waiting for them to come, we noticed a dirty big black cloud moving in. Keith, being a Queenslander, advised nah it wont rain. The waitress brought the drinks and said yep its gonna rain. Irene decided ...
... town, so we immediately put our runners on and went trekking around town.
Savannah was founded by Oglethorpe in 1733. He was a wise man and apparently a great surveyor too. He designed the layout of this city extremely efficiently, with absolutely no sacrifice of beauty. It is set out in a simple grid pattern with parks scattered strategically throughout the entire city. These parks are all gorgeous, and serve as a great traffic slower while ...
... oaks (they're called that because they are evergreen) with the Spanish Moss (not Spanish & not moss) hanging from them making a lovely arch across the road. Then we're in Georgia - tried to go in a plantation but it was closed, then Fort George but that was closing too as it's 4.45. It's really windy now & as we turn a bend at Verona a guy was moving a tree off the road, he said as he turned the corner it came down just in front of him. Peter helped ...