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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... we were on holiday. We ordered fried green tomatoes with a crab topping and then garlic and Parmesan hand cut fries. The garlic was chunky and I still taste the garlic the next day.the Parmesan was grated all over them. I dragged Andrew out of there and we went back to the room to get ready. While he showered I skyped mum and showed her the dog collars I got Georgie. She loved them. We tagged and I got ready and then Darby skyped us. All is well which is really ...
... t recommend even 5 because you really need to look and enjoy the drive. One thing I loved (and probably appreciated more after my disaster in the smokies) was not having a lot of people on the drive. I was on that road maybe 2 hours and honestly I saw maybe 8 cars? And you can pull over anywhere along the drive so people could pass you easily. It was nice to take my time. Jym got bored with it and fell asleep but that was fine because I could just go at my ...
... to back into. And so what if it's not exactly straight. After a couple of beverages it will look just fine!
It is so hot and humid and of course this campground has no pool. Thank goodness for ac.
The chef whipped up some chicken tenderloin and stir fry for dinner, served with white wine. Next was fruit and chocolate for dessert. Pretty good camp grub!
Spent the evening listening to the locusts ...
... 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 ...
It's been a beautiful couple of days in Savannah. I was so excited to see this city that I was concerned that it might be a bit of a let down. Not at all. It was everything I thought it would be and more. It was everything I thought it would be and more.
We did the Freedom Trail tour yesterday which was quite fascinating. The civil rights movement in Savannah was relatively peaceful compared to ...