Gateway Inn Savannah
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... Some people just don’t know how to make good decisions. His stepson bought new cars, trucks and motorcycles and soon enough was out of business.
Bill admitted to being a bit of a hot rodder. He has a new V8 Mustang with a 6 speed manual transmission that he admits to occasionally driving too fast. His grandson lives across the street from his house and is apparently a racer as well. There are a couple of race cars in the yard and he ...
... the trays were passed in the usual way among the pews, as well. The message from the preacher about taking communion seemed negative and a bit threatening to us. After reading the explanation quoted above, I begin to understand why. We are used to a very welcoming and open invitation to all believers. The service lasted over an hour and a half, something else we are definitely not accustomed to!
... miles from the city. LONG pull-throughs.
Savannah is a great touring and walking city. We enjoyed it much.
Steve and Kim
Savannah’s Architectural Styles
In a study published by the Savannah Historic Foundation, one of the most ...
... The sunset was amazing, the food was the best we’ve had so far, and they had an extremely talented trio of musicians performing outside on the patio. Two guitar players and a violin, and all had beautiful singing voices. It was a really great time and the perfect way to end our little paradise vacation before heading back into the woods. Breakfast this morning at the inn was wonderful and we chatted with two other couples who were also staying there. One ...
... kinda defeated the objective, but we tried it, and it was okay at best. Anyway Lois enjoyed the shrimps, which I didn't really, so I finished off the pulled pork. It was bit of a disappointing meal compared to the look and feel of the place but never mind! The next day was our time to visit the town of Savannah. On our way to our parking spot, we let Paula Deen cross the road, which Lois was quite excited about as she has one ...