Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah - I-95 S - Gateway
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... slept, ate and snap chatted her friends. I am sure she has grown another inch in the last month she is now as tall as me! Ever since reading "Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil" a recommendation by my Aunty Kate I wanted to go to Savannah. This grand historic town has gorgeous mansions, cotton warehouses and stunning colonial buildings. I really wanted to see Carey's cafe, Forsyth Park and River Street as depicted in the ...
... in August 2009.
It was a beautiful building with a huge lawn area between the road and the buildings. A small shopping center is nearby as well. Most of the buildings are vacant, though. Only a few businesses are there and include a few restaurants, a gift shop and a nail salon. It looked like there was once a grocery store but the building was vacant.
The weather here is absolutely beautiful and it is the first time we have not had to ...
What a relief it is to be able to pack up your bag, knowing you don't need to board an aeroplane! Last night we went to bed moderately early (compared to previous nights), and enjoyed a well deserved and well overdue sleep in. After packing up the car, we made our 2.5 hour drive to Savannah, Georgia.
We had originally planned to see some of the sights on the South Carolina coast, but since we had a tour of Savannah at 12.30, ...
... or rectangular exteriors with slender curved iron stair railings and Palladian or Venetian windows. Savannah example: The Davenport House
GeorgianThe Georgian style is depicted by symmetrical square facades with hipped roofs. Chimneys are built on the ends and quoins often adorn the corners. Savannah example: The Olde ...
... full of old people we don't have to listen to any hanky panky just a bit of snoring. A nice lay in followed by breakfast then back in the car as now we get to head South. Savannah has been a nice place to stop and if you are old and wrinkly reading this why not get a doctors note to certify you can fly then head over here for what could be one of your last great holidays. Bye bye Sammy ...