Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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... the riverfront to see what was going on.
In addition to the many shops, the river walk area had numerous local vendors with mostly hand crafted goods for sale. We picked up a few things for gifts. We really don’t have much use for the made in China souvenirs and prefer to buy items made locally. No offense to the 3 for $10 t-shirt places.
While strolling around the river walk area, we saw a huge container ship heading up river. As ...
... help not just give info!! - they deign to telephone the hotel I just left for me - ok make
a reservation - now to find my bag and a taxi -- manage all that and soon on my return trip
downtown.....back to the hotel we just left!!
I am not at all well chills, D, nauseated - maybe the bowl of soup I had at airport and the stress of ahhhhghghghghg!!
Flight now at 2.30 Wednesday eta Ottawa Wednesday 6.30 -- let's hope wherever ...
We were interested to see how Savannah compared to Charleston as we had heard that they were quite competitive. One is in South Carolina and the other in Georgia and are about 2 1/2 hrs apart. We loved the quiet elegance of Charleston, but we felt as if we had landed on another planet in Savannah. It's the land of the beer drinkers and candy floss plus I have never seen as many really fat people! Admittedly, it does have some good points. It ...
... points the north bound and south bound lanes are totally separated by dense woods and passing through these areas was like driving through a hall of trees. The branches are hanging over the road and the bushes are extended well into the road in some areas…it is time for some trimming, South Carolina. And the roadway is feeling old, narrow and in need of updating.
We arrived in Savannah around 2 PM. It was no longer raining, but the ...
... I was secretly referring to the Droid to make sure we didn't end up in South Carolina... but don't tell the girl. Heartbreak is not an easy thing to deal with.
Tomorrow we'll take an early three mile walk here in the park and then go into the city to do the consarned laundry. It must be done of course. It was in the high eighties again today, so we're thankful for the aero-condish, as the Cajuns might say. Earl? He know.