Hampton Inn Savannah - Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many many different movies shot in town, and he pointed out the places where they were filmed. The roads are narrow, lined with trees, have grassy mediums and some are cobblestones. We found a street that led down to the water front that was paved with ballast stones from the sailing ship of bygone times. That road was very steep and needless to say, bumpy, go 2 mph bumpy, shake the windows bumpy, but we overcame. At ...
... groups in the country, more than 40 percent of 2,500 buildings inventoried in Savannah had architectural or historical significance. Most restoration has been accomplished by individuals – one building at a time. With the addition of the Savannah College of Art and Design in the late 1970s, historic preservation ...
... process of setting it up, I re-read the blog from our
last family trip to Rio. So many memories! Mauro's list of "Must Sees" is growing exponentially, and I can't wait to try to pack it all in. We just somehow have to get all this mess down there first!
Random thoughts as we prepare for this trip:
- Last trip took place in February, which is summer for ...
... oaks (they're called that because they are evergreen) with the Spanish Moss (not Spanish & not moss) hanging from them making a lovely arch across the road. Then we're in Georgia - tried to go in a plantation but it was closed, then Fort George but that was closing too as it's 4.45. It's really windy now & as we turn a bend at Verona a guy was moving a tree off the road, he said as he turned the corner it came down just in front of him. Peter helped ...
The next stop was Savannah, Georgia. It’s a small city with beautiful parks and gardens called 'squares’. We only had an overnight stay and a couple of hours to sightsee. James and I spent most of our time walking and exploring the streets. A small group of us had a very nice lunch together. I had a chicken salad but I’ve finally realised that an American chicken salad ...