Hampton Inn Savannah-I-95/Richmond Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... streets (brick) it is a beautiful place. Just a pity you have to swim everywhere...
We stopped off at the Savannah College for Arts and Design to see the handiwork of the local students and then had an ice-cream at the famous Leopold's ice-cream parlour which has been plying its trade for 100 years. It is, apparently, the third best ice-cream parlour in the US and fifth best in the world. We assume this is a ...
... are nestled among giant live oaks, salt marshes, and hiking trails. The campsites are very attractive and the campground is peaceful with the birds chirping away. There is a boat dock in the campground for those bringing their boats. The park is home of the best preserved earthwork fortifications of the Confederacy. It is definitely worth a visit. Visiting the Civil War Museum and Fort is an extra ...
... not all wanted. Everyone seemed to want to race me. I just put my foot down, smiled politely and waved like the queen.
Stayed in a nice hotel over looking the Savannah river. Because I was only there for one night, I thought I should make some effort to see the city, so I got a trolley bus tour. The driver/guide was as camp as a bag of tits. He said that every time we saw a walking tour, we should all ...
... a luxury so they have to lure you in with a decent price but you'll always need boxers and socks. Capitalism folks.
Tomorrow we get Chris Welsh, the 3rd and final Joinee on our trip, and we'll be touring Florida for a week or so, hitting the theme parks and a Halloween party, if we can find one. So... stick around for that.
In the mean time, here's some giant stuff we saw today.
... so they decided to display them along the brick wall in the back of the cemetery, lest they not be forgotten.
I had a truly memorable trip through Savannah's historic district, but I did have a 3.5 hour drive ahead of me, so I called it a day and rode the trolley back to the visitors center. On my way out of town, I took the ginormous bridge (its so tall my ears popped) over the Savannah River and looked back on my day as I drove back into South ...