Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah - I-95 S - Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... park so it was fine to wait there. Cheryl gave the lady a call and a man answered and said that they were about 15 miles away and to just sit tight.
The sign in front of the place, which looked like a residential home, said ‘Office’ with an arrow pointing up the driveway. I thought it would be best to disconnect the Jeep now since it looked like a sharp turn and narrow driveway.
After the Jeep was disconnected I heard a man ...
... wide overhanging eaves supported by decorative brackets, and entrance towers and roundhead windows with hood moldings. Most examples also feature cast-iron fronts and detailed entrances. Savannah example: Mercer House
RegencyThe Regency style is depicted by triangular pediments, semi-circular stairs, articulated window ...
... gorgeous Magnolias and enormous live oaks with moss draped over them. The weekly farmers market was happening there and Blake and I bought two of the freshest Georgia peaches we’ve ever had. We also bought a small bag of freshly roasted pecans and wish we would have bought the extra large bag! Following another recommendation from Russ & Marilyn, we had to stop for lunch at the Pirates House near the Savannah River. The inn, turned museum, ...
We have only been here for one hour and its beautiful and quaint. Have a view of the savannah river from our room. We have experienced Southern Hospitality. Worth the money to get car service from newark to jfk. Came in on Jet Blue. managed to get an upgrade and I would fly them again if the price was right however flight attendants need course in polite ...
... 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 ...