Days Inn Savannah-Richmond Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... or an entertainment square. The oldest running cinema was built in 1819 and is still functioning as one today. We saw where the movie "Midnight in the garden of good and evil" which is based on a murder that took place in downtown Savannah. I may try and get the book or rent the movie at some stage. On the way to Savannah we watched Forrest Gump which was so fitting As we got to see where he sat ...
... Thank god, I was properly pooping myself, never been so flustered! At this point I should have let Steve drive, but bull headed me took us into Savannah, got us lost and caused an argument. Eventually we got to our gorgeous hotel on Reynolds Square, the lovely night receptionist Charlie calmed us with tales of giant breakfast and complimentary wine and cheese at 5:30 tomorrow. Southern hospitality has treated us very well so far, and I'm really looking forward to ...
... culture and great music. I realised whilst waiting for the bus to Nashville that this is the first time in over two weeks that I am singular again. It's not a negative. When you share your time with someone or many it is a different perspective on life that one experiences. However, being on my own now will be different than being on my own prior to sharing my time. This is because what I have experienced with other people and places ...
... that he had been thinking about buying since NYC. So not a completely wasted stop.
After checking in at our next hotel - the usual Hampton style - comfortable with friendly staff, we walked in to town to check it out. Again, a bit like Charleston, but smaller, and with more modernisation. We found the English pub that I had found on line, and quickly entered to grab a beer before dinner. We managed to sit up on the terrace, which although overlooking a car park and caged ...
... 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 ...