Hampton Inn Savannah - I-95 North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... we did only for about 20 minutes max before being beckoned inside. Andrew wasn't excited about being here but I said look on the bright side we can go back to the church after lunch. He took some photos outside the home, how lovely it looked inside. We had been told to go there by a lady in Tallahassee Florida when we did some washing. We TripAdvisor the place and I knew it was a place to go. It was listed as the third best place out of 2500 restaurants in Savannah. ...
... collection and I am starting to throw out some of the old stuff I brought over here - 3 weeks in and I'm already sick of these clothes!
Back into the Historic District where our hotel is located and I left Josh at the hotel to explore the houses and squares with my camera lens. Mercifully today was at least 10 degrees cooler, which made wandering around much more enjoyable
Then to the ballgame! Unfortunately due to the time of year ...
... little girl called "Gracie Watson". There is a stone marker that simply reads:
Little Gracie Watson was born in 1883, the only child of her parents. Her father was manager of the Pulaski House, one of Savannah's leading hotels, where the beautiful and charming little girl was a favorite with the guests. Two days before Easter, in April 1889, Gracie died of pneumonia at the age of six. In 1890, when the rising sculptor, John Walz, moved to Savannah, he ...
... like rice, so/so, the shrimp are huge and amazing. It was restaurant week so we got quite a lot of free food. No complaints here. Charleston clearly didn't want us to leave after the bus driver didn't tell us to get off the bus by the train station & we ended up stranded a few miles away, in the dark, an hour before our train. We ended up getting in a random taxi. Bit of a serial killer scenario but we survived. Our hotel in Savannah was retro themed, but really it was just good ...