Fairfield Inn by Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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Still the same amenities that you expect from a Fairfield Inn but rooms smaller than has been the norm.
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... to have an afternoon siesta today so approx 3pm we head back to the hotel. Dinner was at Fiddlers Crab Shack, right on the riverfront. I had crab cake and julie had Shrimp PO Boy, mine was a crab cake in a bun with fries and Julie's was deep fried shrimp in a baguette . Both were really good and very reasonable at only about $15 each, a couple of drinks and still only Forty bucks. After, we walk back up to market place and visit the sweet shop to watch ...
... Girl Scout who has visited this iconic place.
... from Spanish Florida and French Louisiana. In an example of some of the earliest "Southern hospitality", he was greeted by Tomochici, the Yamacraws, and John and Mary Musgrove, Indian traders. (Mary Musgrove often served as a translator.)
The city of Savannah was founded on that date. Because of the friendship between Oglethorpe and Tomochici, Savannah was able to flourish unhindered by the warfare that marked the beginnings of many ...
... prepare for its mission of conducting aerial bombardment missions against Nazi-occupied Europe. During World War II, under the leadership of such Generals as Eaker and Jimmy Doolittle, the 8th AF became the greatest air armada in history.
Before stopping in the CBD of Savannah, we drove through the town and towards Old Fort Jackson. Named after a Governor of Georgia, James Jackson. The historic buildings now occupy artefacts from ...
We learned that she started calling her parents
by their first names when she was six and that she trained chickens to
walk backwards! And that she was one sassy young lady! The sad part of
her story is that O'Connor died of cancer (lupus, I think it was) at a
fairly young age.
We had a group picture taken on her front steps. Several of us bought t-shirts or copies ...