Fairfield Inn Savannah/I-95 South
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... being made, the machine working away like new yet the sign above it said 1914. Never missed a beat, like clockwork it turned out sweet after sweet, all wrapped up and ready to be eaten. The guy working it was throwing little samples at the crowd buy the stuff. It worked on julie at $10 later we are walking out the shop carrying a bag full. One more beer and we are both ready for bed, we make the 3 minute walk back to the hotel and turn in for the ...
Lunch was at the 17Hundred90 Inn in the Historic District. Another delicious meal!
We would walk off some calories afterward in heading to the Isaiah Davenport House. Here our guide would reveal some details of life in 19th century Savannah, with emphasis ...
... colonies. One year after Oglethorpe's arrival, the Indian chief accompanied him back to England along with a small delegation of family and Lower Creek tribesmen.
Some of the sights we saw were very centered around Oglethorpe and Tomochichi, who the city clearly owed its history to. We also saw the park where they filmed the opening scene of "Forrest Gump" (ho hum), the cathedral of St. John the Baptist, and the headquartes of the Girl ...
... complete works!
you've never read anything by O'Connor, I suggest you do a little
research before you begin reading her work and determine if that's the
type of literature you're interested in. To help, think of a female
version of a cross between Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King.
The best part about Savannah was how easy it was to figure out where we were because it's laid ...
... to chocolates. Mmmm...
The river is very active with ocean freighters being guided by tugs back and forth all day and night, but it is a mostly quiet activity. Not as noisy as trucks driving down the highway, but each of these big boats carry enough containers to keep a thousand trucks busy!
Back to our lovely, large room over the river and went to bed watching the freighters slip by through the night past our window.