Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... we stayed in the motel and ate because our planed trip out was curtailed by an enormous storm. The restaurant was part of the bar area so we had sat and ordered a beer to ponder the menu. It was obvious from the start that the two bartenders had little interest in serving, instead they giggled at each other and played a game with rolled up paper, trying to get it in the waste bin at the other end of the bar. A successful shot brought cheers and whoops of joy and misses, hisses and ...
Our day started with packing our luggage. We went to the historic district for breakfast. We ate at Huey's on the River. Tracy got the turkey mushroom sandwich with sweet potato fries. The sandwich looked more like a hot pocket. Tracy thinks it could have used a little kick, but was still good. I had the pontchartrain omelette with cheese grits. It had a delicious spinach artichoke sauce inside of it. We ...
... How convenient for us! Needless to say, both 'private car' drivers got an easy $10 tip from us, well worth the expense & excursion. It was easy to click over 100 pictures of downtown Savanah over the five hours we were touring the town. What you see here are our favorites, showing you the highlites of one of the MOST scenic and historical cities in North America! We love Georgia!
Our campsite this week was in Skidaway Island State ...
... 1600's. We spent a few hours that night wondering around the narrow streets of the Historic quarter of the town.
We had an early start as we wanted to go back into the Old part of St Augustine. Visited the old Fort - Castillo de San Marcos. This fort in 1702 during the war with of the Spanish Succession when the English occupied St Augustine and besieged the fort for 50 days. Being unsuccessful the English then burnt the ...
... fee. When we arrived in our room we immediately turned on the heat and found that the heater blew out cold air instead of heat. So my son made a call to the office and was told we would have to move one room down. We decided it was a pizza night...Papa John's it is. We all sit in the room and had pizza a few laughs and chatted until time for Derick to return to base for the night. ...