Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Historic District
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Day 1 (By: Ashleigh)
After watching 3 episodes of "Toddlers and Tiaras" we drifted gently off to sleep in our king size bed. When we awoke we had a half hour to make it down to the free continental breakfast before it closed. We rushed down just in time to enjoy southern omelet and a huge waffle. We then preceded to steal some snacks for …
November 22, 2009
Our entry into Savannah was less than appealing, the wind was blowing, the rain was pounding and it was impossible to step out of the car without getting soaked to the skin. Even though it was early afternoon we made a quick stop at the visitor center for a walking map, checked into a nearby hotel where we planned to …
... and Savannahs has its famous squares, but both those cities have fallen victim to property developers. Savannah has even destroyed its foreshore by putting up some Soviet-style concrete bunkers and dotted throughout its historic district are some appalling modern constructions. Housekeeping. Literally. Donors have contacted Mrs Henry and myself in their hundreds to inquire about the performance of the Egg and how Mrs Henry and myself cope in it. For a series ...
Packed up and off we ago again.....a few hours drive ahead us. ( us .... I mean David) We stopped off Savannah National Wildlife Refuge...... We visited the information centre and watch a short documentary on the Parklands, which attracts thousands of migrating birds and ducks each year. We went for a drive around the marsh land, that ran along the Little Black River....this area back in the ...
... great. We only did one of the three tours and it took about two and a half hours. We learned tonnes and could go at our own pace.
Savannah was the first planned city in the Americas. It was founded by Gen. James Oglethorpe in January, 1733. The original planned called for 24 squares. The first six were built by Oglethorpe between1733 and 1736. Eventually all 24 squares were built and today make ...
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