Fairfield Inn Savannah/I-95 South
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... t really start until tomorrow.
When we tried to book a hotel room for Wednesday night we couldn't find a spot, even up to three hours south of Bluffton. It was a little concerning to say the least - guess all the rooms were filled by the thousands of golfers in the area for the big event. At any rate, I started my search all over again with B&B's and finally found a cottage ...
... day. I had eaten two Belvitas and one Adkins bar and I just didn't have enough fuel in my tank to carry on. We got back to the trolley stop and he went inside for a few minutes. I got our parking pass validated and then went over to stand outside to wait for him.
Would you believe that although only one person was smoking it so permeated the air that I couldn't stay there. We left and then suddenly realized that we wanted to go back to the ...
... that looked original to us. She explained that they were filming that night at this site for the up coming movie "Magic Mike 2". Hmmm, does that mean Tatum Channing may be around? Sheree's antenna's were up the rest of the visit. The arch normally says Wormsloe with two dates on either side, 1733, the year the owner Noble Jones arrived in Savannah and 1913, the year the arch was erected.
Once inside the gate there is a park office ...
... and tombs. The cemetery is built on the grounds of an old Plantation. There are lots of old Oak trees with Spanish moss to give it a really haunted feeling. It reminded me of New Orleans.
Next up was Tybee Island, about 30 minutes out of Savannah. Tybee Island is home to a lighthouse built in 1736, so it is pretty old. Pirates used to use Tybee Island as a hide away back in history ...
... its streets (true story, the power company still finds bodies underneath them to this day) is ghoulish enough in my book anyday.
All in all, I'm glad we ended up staying in Savannah. The Historic District is beautiful, a ton of history, and wonderful people. However, I don't see us getting back there anytime soon. The city has had its fair share of hardships between wars, fires, and depression and it shows as soon as you step one foot out of the Historic District.