Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Historic District
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Vi har valgt et flott hotell her i Savannah og ungene elsker badebassenget og spa avdelingen, men boblebadet ble vel varmt for Emma. :) Temperaturen ute er helt rå, med 33 grader selv når det regner. Shortsen har blitt svaret på "hva skal jeg ha på meg?" til alle døgnets tider, det er rett og slett nydelig! Når det er sagt, så kan man jo ikke legge …
A few days in Georgia with Grandma and we decided to do an overnight and check out Savannah. I had pictured Bourbon Street in my mind, it was cute and had lots of personality but no New Orleans thats for sure. Moss filled trees and old building. We ate lunch at Paula Deens. Southern greasy cooking, not an experience that needs to happen again. The …
... a great, dumb line, of course – there’s so much you can do with peanuts – I wouldn’t label it a stereotypical great dumb American line. That honour goes to another line Mrs Henry and I now like to use whenever we can.
It was like this. Consistent with Institute policy to avoid walking when a ride is available, Mrs Henry and I had boarded a Charleston tour bus, which meant sharing a confined space with yankee retirees from Florida. ...
... used as rice plantations... We were looking for alligators, after about the half way point we were a little disappointed .... not a gator in sight.... We were taking pictures of beautiful birds, butterflies, trees and flowers searching with the binoculars, on the look out for alligators....but alas we were pleasantly surprised, we ended up seeing so many huge alligators...in the water and ...
... great. We only did one of the three tours and it took about two and a half hours. We learned tonnes and could go at our own pace.
Savannah was the first planned city in the Americas. It was founded by Gen. James Oglethorpe in January, 1733. The original planned called for 24 squares. The first six were built by Oglethorpe between1733 and 1736. Eventually all 24 squares were built and today make ...
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