Hawthorn Suites Savannah Airport
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... anything else. Soooo they had two staircases to keep temptation away from the dastardly devils that had top hats on. The horrors of it all. I wondered what would happen if these guys would be reincarnated again and land on Malibu beach in August....Gazooks, they'd they'd run around with that 4 hour Viagra symptom thing that they advertise on TV. Anyhow, I do truly love the town of Savanna and will return again one day. ...
Gothic RevivalThe Gothic Revival style is depicted by crafted details on pinnacles, chimneys and large welcoming entry hallways. Often used on churches of the period. Savannah example: Temple Mickve Israel
Greek RevivalThe Greek Revival style is depicted by gabled portico or temple facade of one or two ...
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 ...
... but it was a nice if touristy place, we sat at the bar but every time the door opened we froze. Eventually got a seat & Peter had scallops, I had flounder, mash & collard greens, Peter scallops were cold so the girl took them back & brought him another plate apologising and offering a free desert of pecan pie with ice cream. Was all very expensive and not great, back through the gale, luckily the room was hot as we'd put the heating on full blast before we ...
... would not be surprised. Savannah holds its founder in the highest regard - one James Oglethorpe. He was born in Godalming and was the MP for Haslemere!! He went to the new world in the 1730's and founded not only the city, but the great state of Georgia and was an early champion of the anti slavery abolitionist movement. He is viewed as a hero here in Georgia and rightly so - Savannah is still the third biggest port in the ...