Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Savannah-Midtown
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... with the theme, the Bonaventure Cemetery was up next to finally lay our eyes on the Bird Girl that has become a symbol of Savannah. Air conditioning pumped, we toured through the old cemetery finding beautiful angels peaking through moss, dwarfed by those trees that are hundreds of years older than any person interned there. The hunt continued, nothing. A Google search later explained that heavy traffic to see her caused so many ...
... 000 residents.
Before too long we were nearing the Georgia Florida line. Hey, that would be a great name for a country band. Or is that Florida Georgia line? I know, I’m not a country music fan but I do know about those guys.
We stopped in at the Georgia Welcome Center to see what we might find about things to do in Georgia. Their welcome sign says, “We’re Glad Georgia is on Your Mind.” Alright, no more music ...
... see the pilots training in their helicopters.
We got to Savannah at lunch time so we all scattered around the city and got lunch. We met back at the hotel for an afternoon trolley tour of the city. Savannah is beautiful.
Its a very well planned out city and has a neat grid system for their streets with lots of squares at their intersections that have parks and some sort of memorial or ...
... not working and about 35c in the room there was no way we could sleep in there. I phoned around other hotels while josh went to get a new room, they showed him one but when they opened the door a big black guy was sleeping there. After an argument with the manager who refused to refund us, the poor little 21 year old receptionist lady helped us out by getting a motel room across the road we crashed out ...
... land there) many times, better to read on Wiki as it all gets a bit confusing. We could actually use our National Parks annual pass for the $8 each entrance - big deal the $80 was a real useless buy for us so far. We then realised our parking meter would be expiring & it was quite a long way away so we settled on buying a DVD all about the fort as we had no time for a proper tour. We decided to leave on the A1A which is on the outer islands right by the ...