DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District
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... will be faithfully applied. The fencing is generally concluded by reading from Matthew 5:2-12 and Galatians 5:16-26."[First Presbyterian Church of Scotland]
We expected that communion would be served but we were a bit confused when people were invited "to the table," literally. There was obviously not enough room for the entire congregation to move to the table. As it turned ...
... Charleston first, we might have found we loved Savannah. Charleston set the bar and savannah fell short of it. A bit sleepy, a bit ho-hum, a teeny but, dare I say, boring? We walked along the river, round the old historic district, the market area and Forsyth Park and we walked our little socks off. But still we didn't fall in love with savannah. We were all a bit underwhelmed. We went out for dinner around 815 only to find the restaurant was ...
... convenience stations, although we did look at the first two and they were clean but older. They are in the process of building a third convenience station in camping area 4. The trails were great for hiking and biking and in addition, there is a paved path virtually around the entire island. Bring your bug spray and enjoy this outdoor ...
... coast of Spain where we will meet up with my two college roommates Sean and Sandeep. Sean has been teaching english to teenage students in Malaga since last August. Sandeep is traveling during his spring break and is getting some much deserved R&R following MCATS. After a few days in Malaga, Granada, and Barcelona, Sandeep and Carmela will then head back stateside, where ...
... rafters of her room. This was ruled a suicide also. According to the guide she was found hanging about two feet off the ground with nothing to stand on near her. Apparently in Savannah in the 1800's this could be ruled a suicide. Now a-days we tend to classify people hanging with nothing to stand on or jump off of as a homicide. But we have the benefit of the fine crime drama CSI to help solve these sort of crimes. I am sure ...