Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
We arrived in Savannah around 9 p.m. The earliest reservation available at The Olde Pink House was at 10:30, so we elected to sit at one of the bars on the lower level of the house, which was first come, first serve. After only a few minutes of waiting, we landed on two chairs at the bar and ordered a few different appetizers - shrimp and grits, the fried green tomato salad, and she crab soup. Everything was delicious!
... and my tuna salad was ****, Nathan and Karen both got lasagne that tasted like liquorice!! **** choice Karen!!That night we travelled to Raleigh, literally had dinner and went to the hotel, seen nothing of the city. Dinner was a frigging aaahhmaazing buffet, pretty much anything you want it was there!! Now we are making our way to Washington for the last 3 nights of the tour, I can't believe it's nearly over already, these last 23 days have just flown by!!
... Reynold's Square, we saw the Lucas Theater; built in 1921.
Just before reaching Lafayette Square, we passed the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Catholics were not allowed to settle in Savannah until after the Revolutionary War because the colony feared the Catholics would have a greater loyalty to the Spanish in Florida than to England. We walked through Madison Square which was named for U.S. President James Madison. We walked ...
... few blocks is a small park with a statue of someone. the river area is fun and beautiful as well, where the old cotton exchange was located.
our campground at skiddaway state park was one of the nicest camp spots we have had. private spot, quet and dark. grogous live oak trees with spanish moss hanging down. the pics don't show how beautiful they are and after a rain the resurrection ferns come back to ...