Four Points by Sheraton Historic Savannah
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We drove to the Wormsole State Historic Site this morning. As we turned the corner into the site, we first saw a neat entrance archway, and then beyond the arch was a majestic avenue, lined on either side by over 400 live oak trees. The 1.5 miles entrance to Wormsloe Historic Site takes you back to a different era - 18th-century Georgia.
Wormsloe is the only standing architectural remains in Savannah from the founding ...
... Light. The lower sixty feet of the old lighthouse was still intact, and it was decided to add to the existing structure instead of starting from the ground up. The new lighthouse was to be a first order station, consisting of masonry and metal only and was completely fireproof. This is the lighthouse that stands today. The U.S. Coast Guard occupied the Lighthouse site until 1987 when they formed a ...
... street corner, so soulful it gives you the chills, while old men tap their toes and light their cigars. And for the foodies and ghosties, this is your town! Savannah is notoriously haunted and often referred to as the most haunted city in America. Made increasing popular by several ghost hunting tv shows, the city attracts believers by the hundreds to experience cold breezes, orbs and if you're lucky an image on your camera of something unexplainable. As ...
... I'm singing, not doing a sex doll impression!! Then the palaver of filling up the gas. No idea whether it's diesel or unleaded, it doesn't say on the cap and the instructions are ****. Fortunately in the store a lovely lady sets us straight, explains about pre pay and then we guess unleaded. All good for the next couple of hundred miles and then I'm driving in the dark desperate for the loo. Helpful comments from my husband include - I haven't seen a gas station ...
... have seen at least 15 between Hilton Head and the Florida border. For some reason my family does share my enthusiasm for this phenomenon.
Back to Savannah. We originally planned to walk around Savannah for awhile and move along because the tours were short and expensive. We stumbled on a site that offered downloadable walking tours for the iPad for $4.00. We decided to try it and it turned out ...