Country Inn & Suites - Savannah Historic
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Savannah was only a 2 ½ hour journey
from Charleston- but it still meant crossing into a new state- this
time it was Atlanta. We arrived in the evening for a change and had
about a 10 minute walk from the Greyhound Station to our hotel for
the night. And what a hotel. It was easily one of the best
accommodations we had stayed in …
Quick trip to Folly Beach, which was just as I had pictured it.
Back in the car and a short ride to Savannah, Georgia. T-shirt weather, great for walking.
We saw Johnny Mercer's(Moon River) house, General Sherman's house, many parks, squares, and fountains, an old synagogue , a Cathedral and ...
About a 4 hour drive from Lake Greenwood brought us to Hilton Head Island, and this lovely resort that we've never stayed in before. I think we're going ...
... I took a drive to Tybee Island which is about 18 to 20 miles east of Savannah....to the Atlantic Ocean. It was a beautiful drive, we crossed so many water ways and marsh lands. We saw so many birds and we even saw dolphins in the water ways, I suppose they were looking for food. Our first stop was at Fort Pulaski which was built on Cockspur Island to guard the river approaches to Savannah. It was built starting 1829 (by ...
... independently, but if they married this was passed to their husbands, so maybe they thought twice! Many of these homes are also B&B and Inns, where we stayed.
The huge Live Oak trees are a dominant feature of these streets, draped with Spanish Moss, providing an umbrella of shade over right across the streets.
Temperatures were in the low 20s, but in the summer we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility