Hampton Inn Hinesville
Travel Blogs from Hinesville
A little sleep in this morning, but we wanted to get out early coz it was going to be 36 degrees with about 93% humidity. Just a little bit uncomfortable. Tammy and I got back on the trolley and because we sat on the right side yesterday, we sat on the left today.
Jones Street must be one of the most picturesque. The trees create a shady canopy and the houses are gorgeous. So wish we could have seen inside them. We ...
... on a tour that was already going on. Once inside the fort an interpreter in full Union uniform gave a nice little talk on what life was like for the soldiers then. We then worked our way around the fort. It was quite large (bigger than Fort Independence I think) and really interesting to see the civil war cannons, sleeping quarters for soldiers and officers, medical room, provision room etc. The views from the upper level were great. Once we worked our ...
... 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 ...
Omg last nights even activity was amazeballs, it was counsellor skits which are always pretty ******. But at the end we had to do our flash mob to one direction. It was hilarious!! It's on Facebook if anyone wants to watch, I'll post the link at the end. Today we woke up to the first full day of campers. I was up at 7am for a swim with some of the other counsellors. It was freezing but it ...
... DC. The room wasn't the standard
box room we had become accustomed to- in this room, there was
actually space to walk around... And a bath-tub! I don't think we ate
that night at all- just slept!
Savannah is made up of lots of little
parks located every few blocks- which make it a really nice city to
wander about in. It is a place which is often overlooked for a more
touristy Charleston- but we much preferred it. The city was made up
of lots ...