Econo Lodge Richmond Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Spent most of the day chilling in Miami by our really cool hostel pool reading fear and loathing. Went out to find lunch, after a few restaurants too expensive to eat at, I said, what we need ideally is a hotel where they have a buffet lunch we can just walk into... The next building we saw, exactly that scenario happened only it was a language school with a cafeteria. We walked straight in, were served food, no one asked for any money, ...
... walked down River Street. There is so much amazing architecture and old historic buildings. I also have to say the food here is beyond amazing. Everywhere we look we remember a meal we had last time we were here. In fact the hotel is right around the corner from the Olde Pink House where we had a great meal on our last trip here. I have to say I am sure my friend Deb would LOVE this town as much as I do. It has a soul just like New Orleans. And I have to say ...
... houses in Georgian history. There was the first house to have electricity, the spot where Forest Gump sat to tell his story, as well as so many beautiful houses. We also saw the small house that is own by the Savannah Historical Society, which runs who can do what to their houses, in order to maintain the historical look.
There are a lot of squares in Savannah which have the big trees and everything, and each of them are in ...
... Paper Company purchased the site and turned it over to the state of Georgia. All the earthworks and bombproofs have been restored to their 1863-64 appearance. I am glad that we stopped overnight here and we were able to tour the fort.
Tomorrow we will be heading out and going to Jekyll Island another barrier island on the Georgia coast and one of our favorite places to ...
... traveling with the dog now we needed to adjust. We ended up covering the majority of the Historic District including a number of different squares (Lafayette was our favorite), Forsyth Park, Centennial Cemetery, and the River District. The combination of spanish moss, antebellum architecture (pre-Civil War), and fountains is intoxicating and calming at the same time. I can see how people can spend hours on end just wandering the squares. However, I have a type A ...