Extended Stay America - Savannah - Midtown
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... Forsyth park and Mercer house, julie has been reading the book Midnight in the garden of good and evil. It's all set in and about Savannah and its regeneration, I might read it after Julie. We walk about for an hour or so and purchase tickets for a tour around Mercer House, only $12 so not expensive, mind you the tour only lasts 35 minutes so not cheap either. A few more parks and we arrive in Chippewa Square, the setting for the bench scene in ...
... and passionate about her job. She told us that Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts in 1912, was both multi-talented and quirky and severely hearing-impaired. We learned that this meticulously restored place was the home of 4 generations of this notable American family, the Gordons. In the home we saw examples of Juliette's ...
... also got the hint that they didn't like being compared to Charleston! So we stopped talking about Charleston.
Savannah is so different from....that previously mentioned city. Savannah's historic district has 22 squares and it seems like there is a park or plaza on each, so the city has a real shaded, laid-back feel to it. Unlike that other place, there was a lot more emphasis on southern mansions and statues here. Personally, I found ...
... picturesque vertical accents on building tops like chimneys and corner pinnacles. Also featured are turrets and domes reminiscent of French Renaissance architecture in the seventeenth century. Savannah example: Hamilton-Turner House
Day started with our usual ritual of going to the nearest Trader Joe store to pick up our salad for lunch on the road. Makes more sense to have a healthy salad than some over processed diner/fast food at some dodgy stop along the way. Traffic was pretty solid all the way from Kannapolis through to Savannah, but it was made worse by some truck drivers getting two wide and deliberately slowing the traffic down to 15mph, or even ...