Country Inn & Suites Savannah Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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"You know, in the South, we mature faster. I think it's the heat." - Blanche
"I think it's the gin." - Dorothy
- "Yokel Hero", The Golden Girls
For a long time and for many reasons, I've been toying with a road trip through the back roads of the southern states of the US, Savannah to New Orleans, and it's finally happening: eight days through Georgia - South Carolina - Alabama - Mississippi - Louisiana ...
Greetings from Garden City, Georgia, a city neighboring Savannah. We bid Florida a fond farewell this morning around 9:30 to begin our way north along the east coast. We had not really had our sights set on any particular destination, and didn't think we would be stopping in Savannah at all. With it being Memorial Day Weekend, we didn’t expect to get a space anywhere and planned to dry camp. More on that later, though. I don’t want to get ahead ...
... we're semi-lost! we finally find the SCAD tearoom Gryphon housed in a very old pharmacy decorated with shelves of old books. and Tiffany glass globes!
We visit the SCAD gift shop across the street and stroll over to the Mercer-Williams house of 'Midight in the Garden of Good and Evil' - the house is still lived in by Mr. Williams sister - it is quite beautiful and he used lovely paint colours - close to the original a dark ...
... Light. The lower sixty feet of the old lighthouse was still intact, and it was decided to add to the existing structure instead of starting from the ground up. The new lighthouse was to be a first order station, consisting of masonry and metal only and was completely fireproof. This is the lighthouse that stands today. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied the Lighthouse site until 1987 when they formed a ...
... surface.) And, once we get Calliope home, we hope to be building a new house on our dream lot which became available just a few weeks ago and contributed the premature end of the Great Loop Adventure (making us Half Looped, instead of Completely Looped!) While building a home is perhaps a more sedate adventure than cruising the ocean, it will no doubt have its own gratifying moments.
And so ends our Great Adventure. Is there anything more to say? The Captain and First Mate ...