Hampton Inn Savannah - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... along similar lines to "World Series" baseball. It was, none the less, pretty nice.
The hotel pool then got a quick work out before we went to a local restaurant called Public. If we were locals, we would be there quite regularly. Excellent service and the Shrimp and Grits were fantastic. Emma proudly wore her Elsa dress again.
It would be easy to spend another day or two in Savannah.
Cheers, the ...
... 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
... a good time playing in the water and collecting sea shells. Lloyd, who is the owner of the inn, recommended a few places to eat on the island, one of them being Gerold’s. Gerold’s is an open air restaurant that serves the BEST FRIED SHRIMP we’ve ever had. It was so good we even bought a bottle of their signature “Tybee Island sauce” which is a mango hot sauce. After requesting to buy a bottle of the sauce, the waiter told us he ...
... We were very happy, as not only is it a nice car, but more importantly, it's the one from the Walking Dead and we're now heading into the Walking Dead country - Georgia! We didn't go into Jacksonville city centre, as we'd wasted some time with the car, so we just stopped in a nearby Denny's for lunch before heading back on the road. As we drove through Georgia, we saw loads of signs by the roadside for pecans, and every five minutes, ...
... us to imagine where he could run to. The answer, nowhere. We then proceeded to a square where all the slaves where buried... The last house we stopped at was pure evil, and not one member of our group where brave enough to go near. Completely abandoned for 40 years, everybody throughout history who lived there has died, or left screaming. He had plenty of picture of nasties in the windows on his handy iPad. I don't know if reading this gives enough impression of ...