DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District

Address: 411 West Bay Street, Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31401, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Savannah area of Savannah, is near City Market, Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, Telfair Museum of Art, and Savannah Carriage Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Savannah

    The Streets of Savannah

    A travel blog entry by gauke on Jan 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Chippewa Square which was famous not only for the Chippewa but also because that's where Tom Hanks sat on the bench when the feather came floating down from the steeple of the Independent Presbyterian Church.

    Forsyth Park was next and that is where the Confederate and Spanish-American War Memorials are. The soldier on the Confederate statue was made in Canada and the stipulation was that it should not touch Northern soil so it was shipped by sea ...

    Happy Birthday Karen

    A travel blog entry by paulandkaren on Jun 29, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... does all the work. But I will let you know I'm in charge of taking photos and videos as we go, I'm also the shop back here, feeding Paul a lolly or two as we go, he gets back massages too...and if the Garmin GPS freezes, as its been doing lately, I've got to whip out my phone and get Google maps going...I'm on the job.

    Paul and I have Bluetooth headsets on our helmets so we can talk to each other and we ...

    Off to Charleston

    A travel blog entry by suekeats36 on Jul 11, 2012

    1 comment

    ... as they are not carved, painted or anything that they can discern. They are also not degrading. Intersting tidbit, I thought!

    The graveyard was also quite intersting, only house slave, a mere 5% or so of the actual slave population were buried there. Field hands were tossed into mass graves without distinction. Also buried there are some of the greats of this community.

    Spent a ...

    Savannah

    A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Mar 29, 2011

    ... leaning down and picking it up all in one swift moment - and all the while riding full pelt on the back of a horse; his bravery in the face of the enemy was legendary. Pulaski met his death against a British cannon at Savannah, but he and his compatriots contributed a huge amount - I would argue with not enough credit - to the battle for liberation against the British. Many of his fellow officers who survived the war went back to Poland to fight for their own country's liberty - ...

    On The Road Again

    A travel blog entry by chipposgoglobal on May 02, 2010

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... Folly Beach, near Charleston. It was like a small tropical sanctuary in the middle of South Carolina. The feeling was relaxed with a main strip of little beach stores. It was the least commercial place I had seen in the States so far. It reminded me a lot of Vanuatu, Lara said it was similar to Byron Bay. We had seafood for lunch and got back in the car for Savannah when we noticed an orange envelope on the windscreen - my first parking ticket. The reason that I got it was ...