Country Inn & Suites Savannah I-95 North
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We drove today from the Fayetteville area of North Carolina south through the state of South Carolina and into Savannah, Georgia. The roads have been great and as each day progresses the weather becomes warmer which is wonderful. We were happy to finally see our first palm trees by the pool at our hotel in North Carolina. Yay!
Ozzi the …
Mrs Henry, after clearing up the topographical misunderstanding, enthused about the variety and range of peanuts produced in the greater Kingaroy area, the roasted chilli peanut earning a specific mention.
It had our Virginian shopkeeper shaking his head continuously in astonishment.
“Maaah, d’re’s so much you can with pee nuts”, he declared, “D’re’s no end to it, yes indee-dee.”
Packed up and off we ago again.....a few hours drive ahead us. ( us .... I mean David) We stopped off Savannah National Wildlife Refuge...... We visited the information centre and watch a short documentary on the Parklands, which attracts thousands of migrating birds and ducks each year. We went for a drive around the marsh land, that ran along the Little Black River....this area back in the ...
... have seen at least 15 between Hilton Head and the Florida border. For some reason my family does share my enthusiasm for this phenomenon.
Back to Savannah. We originally planned to walk around Savannah for awhile and move along because the tours were short and expensive. We stumbled on a site that offered downloadable walking tours for the iPad for $4.00. We decided to try it and it turned out ...
... just now, only doing swim tests to work out classes. Which is hard seen as I'm in charge, the pool head isn't here today. After 3 hours of teaching it was lunch time. Baked potatoes and Greek salad. Best salad ever. This afternoon it's more swim tests and that's about it really, not a lot happening today. The evening activity is called gold rush. The oldest age group - y'rush- are dressed ...
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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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