Gateway Inn Savannah
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... surrounding area--and with no golfing plans. Georgia is truly a magical land, and Savanah seems to be the tip of the magic wand. Caryn is so smart, she discovered a tourist company with the name of "Old Town Trolley Tours". Come to find out later, they are nationwide in most major tourist cities. Our venture included customer pickup via private auto, Trolly tour rides throughout the entire city of Savanah, and return trip to the State Park--all for ...
... and the people very friendly. Sarah and Emma had a fantastic time at Forsyth Park and played chase with two local girls for half an hour.
We walked to the harbour / river for dinner where Emma's newly acquired dress made a splash. It did so to such an extent that a little girl (3 or 4) came up to her during dinner to say how beautiful she looked! Looking forward to a full day moving around Savannah tomorrow.
Cheers, Thanks Berrys
... Reynold's Square, we saw the Lucas Theater; built in 1921.
Just before reaching Lafayette Square, we passed the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Catholics were not allowed to settle in Savannah until after the Revolutionary War because the colony feared the Catholics would have a greater loyalty to the Spanish in Florida than to England. We walked through Madison Square which was named for U.S. President James Madison. We walked ...
... have been open if the government was still closed. But luckily they settled their differences…or at least postponed them til later, just in time for my vacation to be OVER. Anyway, they have a great wildlife drive (the Savannah refuge…not the government although they are sort of a line up of useless monkeys for us to all stare at). Its about 4 miles long and gravel road so although the speed limit is 20mph I don’t recommend that. In fact I ...