Days Inn Savannah-Richmond Hill
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... up on the bus for a white man. His wife continued his legacy once he was assassinated in 1968. The church was amazing and powerful too, you couldn't help but feel the power of the speeches. There was speeches being played in and around the area so you couldn't help but feel the emotion, power and the uprising of the people. We could have spent a lot more time here, unfortunately we had to leave at 3.30 pm. During this time we gave Chanda and Matt their gratuities. ...
... will stay south of it and head towards Birmingham. We drove around downtown Savannah and it was awesome! Old buildings, giant oak trees covered with moss, and the river area. Will check some more out in the morning. We are at a Fairfield Inn. When we checked in, they had freshly baked oatmeal raisin cookies, and cheese chili dogs on pretzel buns for us. Watching the Olympics again. ...
... and with a wireless signal, I get in touch with Jim.... he is about a half hour out and rolling. I need to do some laundry... thats the only issue with tossing dirty clothes in with the clean...especially when you decide to play drinking games in Nashville.
I have to wait for Jim so it time to go through all the bags and find out what I actually lost in Nashville and how the hell I plan on getting down ...
... earthwork fortifications of the Confederacy. The Civil War museum is designed to resemble a bombproof and contains exhibits, artifacts, videos etc.
Today this fort is one of the best preserved Confederate earthwork fortifications thanks to detailed photography taken after the forts capture. Henry Ford in 1930 bought the property and starting extensive restorations but after he died ...
... so depressing people use them to jump to their death from, are pretty spectacular.
The South is still a little racist. Think of it like England in the early 80's. Or England now, for that matter. Certain things still fly here that don't elsewhere, so try not to be too shocked if you walk into a shop and find that you can ...