Fairfield Inn Savannah Airport
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... major hotel chains have resorts on the island. About 40% (south end of the island) is one big development which charges $6 to access so we skipped it. We were at an RV resort & marina on the NE end of the island near the highway bridge. Many bike trails exist but not close to where we are and we don't want to ride on the busy highways.
We found a Whole Foods market on the island so are restocking fresh food items and drinking water ...
... The family home is to the east of the beautiful road we drove in on but is not open to the public. As we were leaving we saw the film crew on their property setting up for the shoot that evening.
We walked the whole area and tried to imagine what it would have been like, but there were no fields of cotton or even grand houses to help visualize. There are only old graveyards, ruins of the house and a large area dedicated to ...
... area, as well as local events and history.
We then drove to The Crab Shack on the recommendation of Mike Lynch. We think we found the right one (there are two on the island). Regardless, the food and service were very good. Shirley had one of their lunch specials – clam chowder and deviled crab. I had their low country boil – boiled shrimp, corn on the cob, potatoes, and sausage. Mighty ...
... onto the local car wash call bay wash. They have hot girls in red bikinis soaping up and rubbing down your car in the 100 degree heat. After a 30 minute wait and a load of pervy old guys looking on (one guy even came with his chair and wife and a pizza and sat down to watch!) the mustang was shiny clean. The girls loved our accents and asked us to just keep talking. Had obligatory tourist photos with ...
... cars I felt truly sorry for them and what they were missing out on. I managed to time my visit perfectly with a guided tour by one of the park rangers - very lucky as I honestly couldn't have imagined the rich history behind the pile of stones that have been left behind. The site was the landing point of the first English settlers to the state of Georgia and Noble Jones a carpenter who arrived in that first group in 1733 and whose ...