Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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... going dry from drought and telling him, “It doesn’t take two of us to watch this place dry up. Go and get yourself a job.” So he did. After being a pest, or persistent, with a woman who was in charge of hiring, one day the woman said to him, “Is something wrong with you? I told you I would call you when there was a job available and you just keep coming back.” He said he told her nothing is wrong that a job wouldn’t fix. ...
... have to call Gerold to bottle it freshly for us! We only had to wait about 5 minutes for what we think will be the freshest hot sauce ever! There is a historic fort and lighthouse on the island that we visited and took lots of pictures of before heading back to the beach (can’t help ourselves). We burned a few more calories fighting the waves until we worked up enough appetite to try Lloyd’s second recommendation North Beach Grill, right on the ...
... watched as worshipers came to light candles in prayer. After about 45 minutes we exited the church and made our way to the nearby square/park to sit down a moment and study a map to see where to go next.
We decided to venture over to Forsyth Park. The park was huge. It had beautiful grounds and park benches everywhere, places for sports, playgrounds for children and an absolutely gorgeous fountain chalk full of cute little angels (I think) playing what ...
... Pie, which was really nice except it was cottage pie. FFS...there is a clue in the name!!! Had a walk by the river, and a couple of drinks watching the steam paddlers go up and down. Then off to bed. X
Sorry about the pics, but it was quite hard taking shots from inside the moving trolly bus. Plus there is a lack of description, as I was laughing at the trolley dolly instead of paying attention...my bad!
... walked around with our bikes. Most of the road there is made of ballast stones so it was a bit bumpy to ride on.
Larry and Shirley didn't go bike riding with us but said they would join us later. After riding around a while, I called them and told them where we would be for a while. So, they joined us at "Gallery Expresso", the oldest coffee shop in Savannah. We didn't need coffee but ...