Extended Stay America - Savannah - Midtown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... concert by a fellow from SCAD Savannah College of Art and Design - singing songs of the Civil war and including a couple (one Moon River) by Savannah son Johnny Mercer - a most enjoyable wake-up!!
Off to one of the historic house Green-Meldrum which Col Sherman used for his office at the end of thewar! - very comfortable, beautiful colours and currently owned by the next door episcopal church (Canadian minister) and where ...
... of the hill was a line of candy stores, junk shops, awesome bars and cool cafes. I had called my nephew, that lives nearby, and we agreed to meet at a cafe that was in an old warehouse overlooking the bay. I hadn't seen Scoot since his dad, my brother died almost 9 years ago. We had a wonderful lunch and caught up on stuff. We didn't go eat at Paula Dean's, but went by the place, and yep there was a line outside. ...
Barry started causing trouble and played hide and seek. Took me a little while to find him but his new friend was a bad influence and encouraged him.
We walked back to the hotel via Bay Street, which is the road above River Street. There was some eery & ghostly sites on the way back due to the humidity and spanish moss.
... it to be and it was the perfect weather to do it.
Afterwards Kasia and I wandered through Colonial Park Cemetery while Kara and Adhara checked out the fountain in Forsyth Park. We wandered back over to the main little shopping strip and enjoyed some delicious honey almond and chocolate chew cones from Leopold's and then went next door for some honey-infused wine tasting at Savannah Bee. We bought ourselves a nice bottle of wine (which ...
We took trip adviser's advice and jumped on the 'Old Savannah Tour' white trolley hop on/off tour. Our guide instructed us in the ways of southern life explaining the different meanings of the word "hey" depending on how you say it. "heeeeeyyyy" seemed to be the way to get what you want.
Savannah seemed too small to need a whole bus tour but with so much history it made sense at the end.
Of course now as I write this ...