Hawthorn Suites Savannah Airport
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... that you really had to listen carefully when he spoke because his accent was so thick. Turns out he owns quite a bit of property here and the part of the park we are staying in is only a couple of months old. He seemed like a genuinely nice person with all the southern manners you could have.
He has done quite well for himself over the years, growing up as one of seven kids of a poor uneducated farmer here in Georgia. Bill told of his ...
... and is the home to many, many mosquitoes! Walking quickly throughout the Fort to limit the number of bites we were being subjected to, we viewed sleeping quarters, goals, ammunition, cannons and flags from the ages in this area. In costume was also a gentleman who was glade to answer any questions regarding the history of the Fort. Making a final dash towards the car, we now headed in the direction of the Savannah town centre.
... we had a good time playing in the water and collecting sea shells. Lloyd, who is the owner of the inn, recommended a few places to eat on the island, one of them being Gerold’s. Gerold’s is an open air restaurant that serves the BEST FRIED SHRIMP we’ve ever had. It was so good we even bought a bottle of their signature “Tybee Island sauce” which is a mango hot sauce. After requesting to buy a bottle of the sauce, the waiter told us ...
... higher limit than most destinations.
The kitchen is clean, the rest of the house looks ok (tolerable, not great). I have magic pills to take the edge off the sheer panic of boarding the plane, Olivia has reading and writing material, & Mauro has his sound reduction headphones. I think we're finally all set and just waiting. If all goes according to plan, the next time my fingers hit the keyboard, it will be from Rio!
... who planted these trees ever got to see the beauty they had become?
Next on our list: St. John the Baptist Cathedral. Although my husband and I are not religious, we have a great appreciation for the gorgeous churches found all over the world. The decadence and the details of the churches are really something special to see when traveling.
Upon arrival, we noticed the exterior of the church was undergoing construction or restoration. A ...