Fairfield Inn by Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn by Savannah Midtown
Still the same amenities that you expect from a Fairfield Inn but rooms smaller than has been the norm.
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... and then walked across the street and went into the house. (Turns out the owner locked his keys in the car at the wedding so he called this guy on the property to help us get to a space.) I backed into the space and we went about getting everything hooked up. Cheryl started to get things ready for dinner and I sat down at the computer to get busy with the blog.
About an hour and a half later I saw a golf cart pull in with an older, well ...
... a landing, splits into 2 flights and culminates in a bridge that spans the stairwell and connects front and rear portions of the second floor. Everywhere we looked there were lovely niches, cornices, marble fireplaces and period furnishings. The garden was very lovely, as well. We were SO glad that we decided to tour this historic home because we could view the unique features our ...
... Established in 1733, the city of Savannah was founded to create a buffer between the Spanish in Florida and Charleston, SC further north. It became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah is today an industrial center and an important Atlantic seaport, ...
... gorgeous Magnolias and enormous live oaks with moss draped over them. The weekly farmers market was happening there and Blake and I bought two of the freshest Georgia peaches we’ve ever had. We also bought a small bag of freshly roasted pecans and wish we would have bought the extra large bag! Following another recommendation from Russ & Marilyn, we had to stop for lunch at the Pirates House near the Savannah River. The inn, turned museum, ...
... in her late 70's and I think she enjoyed chatting. Next was Bella, a mixed breed. She was 11 months old and a bit scatty. Her owner was hitching to Montana for the Rainbow festival, some 2200 miles away.
From Forsyth Park we went to Bonaventure Cemetery. The cemetery was featured in the book & movie 'Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil'. It is really big and there are some ...