Days Inn And Suites Savannah Midtown
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... We too immediately went into our best Southern cadence and could not help but speak like Blanche Devereaux. Leslie, her people hailing from South Carolina an all, was particularly masterful at drawing out her vowels.
The compact, walk-able historic quarter is made up of a series of squares created by James Oglethorpe in 1751, each with benches, fountains, monuments, and huge oak trees adorned with curtains of Spanish ...
... behind the counter said, "He can come in, too."
The peach cider was front and center. The clerk offered us a taste in a small taster cup. We each took our gulp and all I could think of was “YUCK.” Cheryl didn’t think it was that bad. I told the clerk I didn’t like it. He suggested that most people mix it with something. No thanks. I wouldn’t want to ruin a perfectly good something else I like.
Cheryl looked ...
... and settled in for nachos and beer and await the girls.
The Southend Brewery was fantastic. It's a local brewery that makes their own beer and does its own food, what's not to like. The girls joined us a little later for lunch, again travelling by bike taxi. We had various salads, burgers and more beers during our long lunch.
After lunch we began our journey towards Savannah. With ...
... onto the local car wash call bay wash. They have hot girls in red bikinis soaping up and rubbing down your car in the 100 degree heat. After a 30 minute wait and a load of pervy old guys looking on (one guy even came with his chair and wife and a pizza and sat down to watch!) the mustang was shiny clean. The girls loved our accents and asked us to just keep talking. Had obligatory tourist photos with ...
... where they do all home cooked traditional food including chicken wings, all different types of salads, and also home made ice tea! So they sit you and your group down and bring quite literally like 20 bowls of all different things and place them on the table for you to help yourself and then when you are finished you are just asked to take your own plate up to be washed out of courtesy. It really was a great place to eat and i will definatly be going back there.