DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... of camping. We picked up 2lbs of local wild caught fresh Georgia shrimp so we can all feast and celebrate tonight! Blake and I are really excited to camp with them and have some fun this week. I think this is my mom’s first vacation in like 10 years! We are going to make sure she has a blast :) This is our last week of the trip already, crazy! But we are not sure how much longer we can live out of this car and we miss Manny and our friends and family ...
... to this three story art supply store which was really sweet. We also did some shopping at some vintage clothes and antique shops. After making our way back to the hotel we used the workout room. We worked up a sweat for a half hour and then cooled off in the roof top pool. Swimming lessons and sunbathing took place until our appetite forced us back to the streets.
There is an organic cafe we have been eyeing since yesterday so we headed ...
We are back at the hotel at the moment (middle of the day escaping the heat) and this afternoon we'll visit a historic plantation ruins and finish with the Tybee island beach late in the afternoon. Final morning in Savannah tomorrow before a two hour drive up to Charleston (South Carolina) - will be interesting to see the contrast to Savannah.
Hope everyone is going well and just in case I don't get another entry in soon, have a wonderful birthday Kendall!
... cloudy, we'll take it. Even though our entry into the city had not shown much appeal, we ventured into the heart of the historic district and much to our delight, Savannah began to reveal her secrets. It is easy to see why we had received mixed reviews about the charms of Savannah. From the outside it looks like any other city but as you enter the core sweet spots appear.
One of the unique features of the historic district is ...