Hampton Inn Savannah - Historic District
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Our drive down the 17 was easy, apart from the massive thunderstorm that we ran into about half way down the highway. The rain was so heavy that we couldn't see more than a few meters in front of us... Us and rain on a travelling day - at least it's not when we want to walk around. We made one quick stop at an outlet mall between Charleston and …
... br> Second stop was a ship chancery which was set up as a bit theatre show. Another bit of harmless fun.
This morning we headed to Forsythe park for a walk and took in all the sights before we jumped on the Trolley for a trip to the Savannah visitor centre and museum. We spent about an hour checking out the museum before we headed off for a late lunch at 'Crystal Beer Parlour'. Whilst enroute the heavens started ...
... the choice of fries, rice or fruit with my sandwich. Actually offered something health. That has to be some sort of first here. I took the fruit.
After lunch, we had a look around the rest of the Market square area. Lots of artists, painters, photographers - really cool stuff, but it was something completely different that caught my eye. I'm not sure how to accurately describe them. They are kind of a peddle bar. You sit at ...
... interesting and attractive contemporary building than their civic centre and some of the hotels e.g. Hyatt. If you have read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil you might remember the reference to the Hyatt building. The Jepson had a great exhibition about Marilyn - multi media, photos and paintings.
Savannah is an easy city to visit as all the squares are very walkable. The beautiful squares and old houses make it very atmospheric. Next stop Memphis.
I smashed my IPAD when leaving Savannah so this blog is a little late. I will endeavour to catch up over the next day or so on my outstanding entries. Savannah, rich in history, full of beautiful buildings not to mention fantastic nightlife. I've always wanted to go to Savannah. It has a level of charm that makes you feel very relaxed and happy. I was there by myself but didn't feel at all alone - the southern hospitality is all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility