Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Savannah-Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... He asked me to help him with his new dildo......
That was just about the point where It was confirmed. I needed to ****in leave, pronto. We got home, he fell asleep on he couch which proved to me the perfect time to pick up my **** and leave. I had no phone to call a cab so I jumped on facebook and got Kate to call me one. Lifesaver.
I went to the hilton, got in the bath and then slept. What a good way to end such a ******, stressful ...
... night. We met a nice couple from Atlanta that were getting married at the Sweetwater brewery in Atlanta this Fall. We’ve definitely made a lot more friends and have had many conversations with people from the south; they are much friendlier and laid back. We did a little shopping on the Riverwalk then next morning after breakfast at the inn and headed to our next destination: Tybee Island. Located only about 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee Island is ...
... of the garage with the water droplets still on the car (not to mention our tired, frazzled brains) we hadn't noticed the chip . We called Alamo, and after half an hour ( and £20 in credit!) it was agreed we would swap out the car in Jacksonville., as we didn't want to keep the car incase the chip worsened into a crack. On the way, Laura stopped us at Flagler Beach, which is just north of Daytona, for a breather, and it was just stunning - there was ...
... the tours all lined up to show us on his iPad.
We walked past a cemetery where mass graves of 9000 or more where buried in an incredibly small area. They had a massive yellow fever epidemic here between 1820 and 1860, and at that time they just buried them quick to avoid further spread. They put people in coffins still possibly alive, as the last stage of the disease is to go into a very deep coma. To get around this they put a bell in the coffin ...