Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Airport
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
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Many people talk about the aged spenders of this quaint and not so little town. But for those who have not visited the "South", or those who are not movie buffs, you might not know this.
All those scenes with Forrest Gump retracing his life whilst sitting on the bus stop bench were portrayed at the Chippewa Square park. Chippewa Square was laid out in 1815 in honour of ...
Savannah Georgia - what does it conjure up for you? Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil? Trees dripping with Spanish moss? Slavery and civil rights? A planned city with beautiful squares? Grits and shrimp? How y'all? Life is like a box of chocolates? (Forrest Gump) Well yes it is all of those and more.
And certainly that is what I love about travel but I also love those days when you meet really interesting people and you realise the world is a very ...
... city hall and the olde pink house and finally found a free spot. Then we started walking around, heading to the river and River Street. We stepped into a few souvenir shops, bought some souvenirs and postcards and also went into small jewellery shops and others... Then the guys arrived, and as we all were pretty hungry we tried to find a restaurant on River Street to grab some food. We finally went to a ...
... from all over the world, hundreds of different types of Camillas and azaleas. He almost single handedly saved the Great White Egrets from extinction by creating a rookery on a small lake, which now is home to 20,000 birds who come back each year to nest and raise their young.
We visited New Orleans and caught the tail end of a weekend music festival featuring over 100 bands playing all around the French Quarter for free. There was ...