Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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- Swimming pool
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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
We arrived in Savannah around 9 p.m. The earliest reservation available at The Olde Pink House was at 10:30, so we elected to sit at one of the bars on the lower level of the house, which was first come, first serve. After only a few minutes of waiting, we landed on two chairs at the bar and ordered a few different appetizers - shrimp and grits, the fried green tomato salad, and she crab soup. Everything was delicious!
... distraught in a manner of seconds. It's true what they say about music having charms to sooth the savage beast -- headphones and his iTunes playlist saved the day. I only wish I'd thought of the solution 45 minutes earlier than I did. D'oh!
Yes, we sang our way up the road. Learned that Will knows almost all the words to "Stairway to Heaven," even though he sings aloud about every fifth one. Kind of like ...
... with several locals and they've all said that the extreme heat is not normal for this time of year.
The Markets here are great, but I find that a lot of the items for sale are things we could find anywhere back home. We've been trying to find unique items to bring back home.
Tonight we're going back to the Forrest Gump park to take pics and then eat some food around the park.
I don't want to start the drive home tomorrow!
... after some diligent searching we finally were able to ditch the car and head down towards the river to scope out one of the more popular areas of town. We strolled along the river walk, scoped out some touristy shops and bars, and plopped down to rest on a bench just in time to see a monstrous cargo freight ship plod by along the channel (apparently, Savannah is one of the biggest ports in our country).
At this point we were hungry, but ...