Courtyard By Marriott Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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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 to a rainy Savannah late on Friday and after setting our stuff down we made for the centre where we got some pizza and beer and met Jared. Savannah is one of the few cities in the US where you can drink on the street so we grabbed some frozen cocktails and walked along the vibrant and boozy streets until close. The next day we woke and explored the impressive ...
... Square, passed the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low of the Girl Scouts, and through Wright Square. At Johnson Square, we saw an obelisk serving as a monument to General Nathaniel Greene. On East Bay street, we passed the historic Factor's Walk; Emmet Park; the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial; and the Old Harbor Light. We walked to the Savannah River where we saw the statue of "The Waving Girl" and stopped at Huey's Restaurant for Beignets. ...
... near the park is a part of the university of georgia. it had one of the most beautiful little hikes i have been on and they had a small aquarium as well.
we spent a day on tybee island, about 45min away. nice beach, not dog friendly, not even on a leash, so it wont be a place that we will come back. but it was a really nice beach town. lots of movie stars have beach houses there.
the rest of ...
We left Gadsden, AL Monday morning and arrived in Savannah, GA at 4:30 p.m. We'd booked a room at the Eliza Thompson House, a bed & breakfast on Jones Street, a quaint tree lined street once voted most beautiful by Southern Living magazine. The Eliza Thompson House was built in 1847 and has been the site of several ghostly sightings. Our room overlooked the courtyard; the service was incredible. As we pulled up to park on ...