Country Inn & Suites - Savannah Historic
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites - Savannah Historic
Perfect location for exploring the historic area, great breakfast, plush surroundings, would stay again
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... streets (brick) it is a beautiful place. Just a pity you have to swim everywhere...
We stopped off at the Savannah College for Arts and Design to see the handiwork of the local students and then had an ice-cream at the famous Leopold's ice-cream parlour which has been plying its trade for 100 years. It is, apparently, the third best ice-cream parlour in the US and fifth best in the world. We assume this is a ...
We ventured out into the heat (we are loving the car air-conditioning) to stroll through the streets. Jen has not been disappointed by the buildings or local accents (Think of Forest Gump saying "life is like a box of chocolates..." and you have the right idea). In Jen's words...Savannah rocks. The historic area has grass squares dotted around with a high proportion of restored colonial and victorian buildings. It's ...
... onto the local car wash call bay wash. They have hot girls in red bikinis soaping up and rubbing down your car in the 100 degree heat. After a 30 minute wait and a load of pervy old guys looking on (one guy even came with his chair and wife and a pizza and sat down to watch!) the mustang was shiny clean. The girls loved our accents and asked us to just keep talking. Had obligatory tourist photos with ...
... cars I felt truly sorry for them and what they were missing out on. I managed to time my visit perfectly with a guided tour by one of the park rangers - very lucky as I honestly couldn't have imagined the rich history behind the pile of stones that have been left behind. The site was the landing point of the first English settlers to the state of Georgia and Noble Jones a carpenter who arrived in that first group in 1733 and whose ...
... smoke. She suggested she should have a photo with the Aussies, so Justin took one and next thing she popped out one of the girls, in the follow up photo she unleashed both puppies. I can assure you she needed no prompting or encouragement, she was just one crazy lady.
We caught a Taxi back to our room at about 12:30, a funny night. Looking forward to being tourists tomorrow. ...