Country Inn & Suites Savannah I-95 North
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Savannah I-95 North Port Wentworth
All in all in nice place to stay and included our little schnauzer Ozzi who loved the accommodations too!! After hundreds of hotels definitely top 25 % Book without fear and if you found this helpful leave me a helpful vote Thanks
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We lingered a bit before starting our journey at 9:30. It was a beautiful 14 degree morning that quickly rose to 24 as the sun appeared along the way.
Through Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and now in Georgia there was always lots to see and occupy your time. We are quiet in the car lost in our own thoughts. I start the driving and Tony is reading the weekend paper, one he saved for this jaunt in our trip. Anything ...
... with pavlova! She married a Savannah man who lost his wife years ago. They both have children and she loves his kids like her own. She has been out here for three years and hasn't been home. She is an intelligent woman who left a corporate lifestyle. She was one of the high managers who received dividends in the profit of Optus and then IT in Dimension Data. She is very successful here with her company and looks like a very savvy lady who would be good to work for. ...
... was beautiful. However, with forecasts of coming storms and current downpours, it didn't take much to convince ourselves that, after Charleston, Savannah just might be a let-down. So, after 2 nights of heavy rain we loaded up and headed out in search of sunny, warm Florida.
... to an old friend of a friend we had met in Asheville and do a bit more sightseeing including the Savannah Cotton Exchange. The Cotton Exchange was a major part in the success of Savannah and played a major role in the cotton industry nation wide. The Exchange building is a grand red stone Romanesque building with a large fountain and Griffin statue in front. It is believed to be one of the few buildings in the world that were constructed over an existing ...
... monthly passes which I understand. It was closed when we arrived initially but it was open when we got back at 2:30 so it worked out perfectly. The bathroom is modern and the shower is large and nice. Internet is free too which is great. A lot of value here and you are right on bay street which is a central walk to everything downtown and only a short walk across the street and down the steps (be careful those are a doosy!) to River Street.
We went ...