DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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8/1/15 - Saturday
Left Florida and landed at our campsite in Skidaway Island State Park, near Savannah, just before the rains started.
8/2/15 - Sunday - Daughter Regan's 43rd Birthday
Skidaway Island SP is beautiful and the first SP we've stayed that has cable TV, a real plus since our air antenna is malfunctioning and we're under too many trees for the satellite to ...
... and the homes in it. The town was designed around 22 garden squares and the homes that surround these garden squares take your breath away. Already Paul and I want to stay longer as there is so much to see. After the tour Paul goes to Harley Davidson to pick up a few things and I walk back to the historic district to take photos of the homes I ...
The girls then decide to dress for dinner and dine at a somewhat classier establishment for their last night in town. (don't believe what it says above, they only ate there, they didn't do the cooking class - Kaf was worried they would use her as a stirrer)
Farewell Savannah, it was good while it lasted.
Observation of the day - That's not a chandelier. This is a chandelier!
... drove over to the park ranger station and purchased an Annual Georgia Parks Pass. This card gets us into any Georgia State Park at no cost. It also costs us five dollars to camp. A state outdoor group also gives a card good for one free night's camping... value twenty five dollars or more. Since I'm entering into my upper middle-age group, I qualified as a Senior and instead of paying the ...
... this parking structure. When we had worked our way down the stairs to the ground floor I commented to Mary that it was a good thing this was not earthquake country because the first small quake would shake the building down.
We walked through a beautiful square back to Lady and Son's to find a line stretching around the corner. We walked to the end of the line only be told that this was a tour group. We needed to be in ...