Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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... read ' Think this is hot! Hells hotter'. We approached Savannah via a huge bridge, entered downtown and found our home without too much difficulty. Now don't stop reading as things get really bad!!! All the information the owner had given us about entry and the code lock to obtain the key, worked well. We were in, the place was wonderful, more than we expected and we were here for 4 nights. There was a washing machine, dryer, space to really relax and great wifi. I tried out all ...
... Our friends were able to go in 2012 and highly recommended this program.
After a nice buffet breakfast our morning lecture titled "Streets and Squares of Savannah" was presented by our group leader, Rachel. Some of the history reminded us of South Carolina's beginnings learned the week before since the founding of Savannah actually stemmed from King George II's desire to ...
... the afternoon but it didn't dampen our walk around this charming town. The cameras were working overtime with so many beautiful home to look at.
Today........... We first went to the Bonaventure Cemetery where some of the notable people of Savannah are buried including Noble Jones and also the Co founder of Capitol Records Johnny Mercer. Mercer was a famous singer / songwriter. He won 4 academy awards and some of his ...
Today Ken slept in and I watched the wildlife on the salt marsh, read the paper, and did my email.
The salt marsh was great this morning. High tide was early in the morning and the marsh was filled with water. Watched an anhinga swim around and dive and then watched a great egret curiously follow the anhinga around. The anhinga must have been ...
... and I do indeed head to Charleston Square where Forrest Gump sat on a bench waiting for a bus and told most of his life story. THAT bench is no longer there but it's pretty cool to sit on a bench and pretend.
I decide to do one of the house tours and as I have a bit of a wait I have a coffee and mooch about a second hand bookstore (both disappointing) before heading back to the Sorrell-Weed house. It has an interesting history, mostly in the re-discovery of its past by a ...