Fairfield Inn Savannah/I-95 South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... in the driver seat. The plaque on the windshield read, “SHERIFF of Sunshine RV Park.” I went out to meet the man and was greeted with a thick southern accent. His name was Bill and he is the owner of the place. “How long y’all gonna stay? A couple weeks or what?” I told him we would be staying two nights. That will be $80 he told me as he reached for his receipt book.
We chatted and he told me that this was the ...
... had shown us in his power point presentation the day before.
On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at the Green-Meldrim House, where William Tecumseh Sherman made his headquarters during the Union Army's 1864 occupation of Savannah. It was not open for tours at the time.
... was the first building in Savannah. Because of the bluffs along the river, the captains and crew had no choice but to build tunnels into the bluffs to get their goods from the ships into the city and the Pirates House still has a part of the now sealed tunnels. After our lunch we received a complimentary tour from a pirate to get some history about the place which included captains feeding sailors booze until they were unconscious and smuggled out onto their ...
... 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 ...
... Little bit of a history lesson - the original plantation house was burnt down by retreating soldiers so the owners relocated their summer house, piece by piece, to its current location. Bullet marks can also be seen on the family crypt.
Kaf says she could see herself as Mistress of the house here and enjoyed strolling the grounds taking in the gardens and wildlife.
Kaf and the girls then enjoyed dinner at the Crab House ...