Country Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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... used for the process are the same as nail polish remover or paint thinner. Don't ever drink decaf tea, he said. I asked him if herbal was okay and he said yes but it is not from the tea plant. Larry bought six kinds of their tea and I got two scone mixes. They also had free samples of all their teas which I couldn't drink because I can't do caffeine.
We had lunch under the Live Oaks in front of the factory/gift shop. I had ...
... in the world anchored in the harbor, there would still be room for more!!!! " 4 miles of waterfront space, and 7 miles of Piers and wharf space. 2 Aircraft carriers we saw, (currently the largest in the World) with 6,000 crew on each, cost $1,000,000 each to feed crew per month. Each Carrier the size of 4 football fields , with room for spectators as well (hard to comprehend). Moored at berths - we saw Aircraft ...
... that would always be rung whenever there was a fire or emergency or when a town meeting was being called.
We got back on the trolley and went to Bay Street for lunch. We stopped in at Grill & Cantina. Beautiful food and massive margaritas. I needed a little help from Barry to finish this one.
After a long lunch, we went down to River Street to do some shopping. We found ...
... our walk to Franklin Square; through the City Market to Ellis Square; to Telfair Square; and on to Orleans Square before completing our walk.
Dee, Keith and Jeryl went on the Old Savannah Trolley Tour to learn even more history of this fascinating city with its massive oak trees laced with Spanish moss. We had dinner at Paula Deen's restaurant, the Lady & Sons. They serve complimentary hoe cakes and cheese biscuits.
... there didn’t seem to be quite as much. Savannah, however, is very
industrial, especially along their seaport on the Savannah River. It was very
busy. We even saw a large, very large, freighter coming in with a load of
containers. It was mammoth coming through the waterfront and reminded me that
the port has an important function..it’s not just a place for tourists to enjoy the
restaurants, retail stores and watering holes along that ...