Days Inn Savannah-Richmond Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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Hmmm.... Savannah wasn't a great success. for some reason, i had an imaginary picture in my head that it was going to be all grand old colonial homes with big porches everywhere, (I'm not sure where that came from) but the reality was a little different.
Our home for 3 days was what we affectionately referred to as "the ghetto". THE most exuberant semi-weird over the top guy rented it to us via airbnb. We still aren't sure if he was ****** or ...
Today was comprised of walking around the city between our meals.
For lunch, we went to the famous "Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room." A line starts gathering outside around 10:30, doors open at 11:00 and close at 2:00. We got there around 12:30 and waited 40 minutes to get in. But it was worth it. They seat you at tables ...
... we had time to watch a pelican fishing for its own supper. He or she was really going for it diving half a dozen times in the space of a couple of minutes and catching at least two fish that I could see. The meal itself was delicious and I can recommend the Crab Stuffed flounder.
Sunday morning brought us a unique experience as we joined Dyanne, Benjamin, their family and friends at church to worship in true Deep South gospel style. Dyanne ...
... 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 ...