Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Savannah-Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... in the driver seat. The plaque on the windshield read, “SHERIFF of Sunshine RV Park.” I went out to meet the man and was greeted with a thick southern accent. His name was Bill and he is the owner of the place. “How long y’all gonna stay? A couple weeks or what?” I told him we would be staying two nights. That will be $80 he told me as he reached for his receipt book.
We chatted and he told me that this was the ...
... a landing, splits into 2 flights and culminates in a bridge that spans the stairwell and connects front and rear portions of the second floor. Everywhere we looked there were lovely niches, cornices, marble fireplaces and period furnishings. The garden was very lovely, as well. We were SO glad that we decided to tour this historic home because we could view the unique features our ...
... largest container port in the country, behind LA, Long Beach and NY.
Here are some of the homes we described...I'll let their beauty speak for themselves. (Warning: there's a LOT of photos below). Enjoy them.
Oh, You'll notice the stairs on most of the homes go up at least 10 feet
from the street ...
... was the first building in Savannah. Because of the bluffs along the river, the captains and crew had no choice but to build tunnels into the bluffs to get their goods from the ships into the city and the Pirates House still has a part of the now sealed tunnels. After our lunch we received a complimentary tour from a pirate to get some history about the place which included captains feeding sailors booze until they were unconscious and smuggled out onto their ...
... br> Second stop was a ship chancery which was set up as a bit theatre show. Another bit of harmless fun.
This morning we headed to Forsythe park for a walk and took in all the sights before we jumped on the Trolley for a trip to the Savannah visitor centre and museum. We spent about an hour checking out the museum before we headed off for a late lunch at 'Crystal Beer Parlour'. Whilst enroute the heavens started ...