Fairfield Inn Savannah Airport
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... I looked up the street in that direction and I saw a guy waving his arms and motioning me in his direction. I told Cheryl about it and had her drive the Jeep while I drove the RV his way. The man directed us to a small lot that had several RVs in it with several more empty pads. It was stark, with gravel roads and a grassy section in the center. The concrete pads were new looking as were the picnic tables.
The man directed me to a spot, spoke to ...
... for Richard Ric*******, banker and cotton merchant. The home featured 2-story urban slave quarters and plumbing technology ahead of its time. The dining room has a curved east wall and a beautiful Greek-key skylight made of amber glass. The ceiling in the drawing room gives a very unique domed effect. The most stunning feature of the home is the mahogany, brass and iron staircase that ...
We spent four days in Savannah, Georgia touring around the Historic District, an area 2.5 miles square, the largest such district in the U.S. (geez, I sound like a travel brochure). It's really a lovely area with all unique architecture.
Savannah is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia and the county seat of ...
... in front of Chatham Square in the Historic District. The squares are small parks laid throughout the city of Savannah which have live oaks, blooming Myrtles, fountains and statues in them. Every town could learn a bit from the artistic layout of Savannah. We were early, a few hours before check in, so we took a short walk over to Forsyth Park, one of the oldest, largest, most beautiful parks in town. Basically a larger version of a neighborhood square, Forsyth ...
... br> This will be my last post until probably just before we depart New Orleans for the big road trip around California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and maybe Texas depending on time constraints.
I look forward to posting about New Orleans.
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