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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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 …
... an annual pump test as mirroring what could happen if the apparatus were called into a multiple-alarm fire where water in maximum volumes and pressures needed to be moved for more than an hour. A multiple-alarm fire is not any spot to test the pump. However, the test pit is. All fire apparatus ought to be tested yearly--there should be no exceptions or excuses. Environmental concerns say for example a water shortage don't relieve a department of ...
... A city rich in charm and beauty with more than 3 centuries of history. Savannah's massive live Oak trees strung with Spanish moss, shelter graceful old homes, quaint boutiques and charming cafes . There are 22 Historic squares, some with monuments, some with fountains- the live Oaks all creating shady spots within the walking areas to sit and watch the horse drawn carriages pass, or people watch.
The final leg of our ...
For such a large hotel the breakfast room was really small, we had to eat in the lobby, luckily another guest asked the receptionist to turn down the air-con, thank goodness for Americans as it was freezing. We drove into St Augustine and as we were early we could park right at the side of the river on a meter. It looks a lovely town but we saw a galleon anchored on the river and went straight there to see it. Le Galeon is an authentic replica of a 16th ...
... walked down River Street. There is so much amazing architecture and old historic buildings. I also have to say the food here is beyond amazing. Everywhere we look we remember a meal we had last time we were here. In fact the hotel is right around the corner from the Olde Pink House where we had a great meal on our last trip here. I have to say I am sure my friend Deb would LOVE this town as much as I do. It has a soul just like New Orleans. And I have to say ...