Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the park. He motioned behind me and said that there was another 90-something spaces in the back. He asked if I wanted to take a ride around with him but I told him dinner was on the table, but thanked him just the same. We exchanged paper and off he went in his golf cart.
Dinner was being kept warm while we took Harley out to the lawn, just as Bill drove up on his golf cart. We ended up listening to his story for the next 20 minutes.
... had shown us in his power point presentation the day before.
On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at the Green-Meldrim House, where William Tecumseh Sherman made his headquarters during the Union Army's 1864 occupation of Savannah. It was not open for tours at the time.
... s because of the lack of clean roads in the
past days. Horses, animals, mud,...all of that was both smelly and
dirty. The steps gave you an opportunity to get a bit cleaner before
entering the house and the smell was not so bad being up a few feet. The
ones with entrances from their gardens only went up a ...
... forced to work. Lots of ghost stories and fun facts! We checked into our B&B to relax and wash up before heading to check out the night scene at the City Market in downtown Savannah. The market contains a few blocks of pedestrian-only streets full of shops, bars, and restaurants. There was a one-man band blaring out some good tunes and Blake and I shared some dinner and a few local brews. The area was packed with old and young, everyone was out for a good ...
... directly above the pool... what a view.
After checking into the room we started researching were to eat dinner. We started toward Harbour Town, but the traffic was backed up so we opted for a Mexican restaurant (Fiesta Fresh Mexican Grille). We ran by Publix first to grab groceries for breakfast and lunch, then on to the restaurant. It was very good and inexpensive. We had soft tacos and a tamale and chips. The restaurant has ...