Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
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... major hotel chains have resorts on the island. About 40% (south end of the island) is one big development which charges $6 to access so we skipped it. We were at an RV resort & marina on the NE end of the island near the highway bridge. Many bike trails exist but not close to where we are and we don't want to ride on the busy highways.
We found a Whole Foods market on the island so are restocking fresh food items and drinking water ...
... owned it and so when his son, George Jones took ownership after he died in 1804, the tabby house had been abandoned and deteriorated. He built a new, grand two story frame home about 1/2 a mile north of the original dwelling. Since it's construction, seven generations of Jones' have made this there home. In 1972, the family donated 822 acres on the Isle of Hope, including about 80 of the original acres of the plantation that included the ...
After a few days in Charleston, we packed up and headed to our next destination on our way home...Savannah. But first, we stopped at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force.
The Eighth Bomber Command (Re-designated 8th AF in February 1944) was activated as part of the United States Army Air Forces January 28, 1942, at Hunter Field in Savannah, Georgia. Brigadier General Ira C. Eaker took the headquarters to England the next ...
... our way. Savannah's main area was actually quite small but very detailed with various places dotted around the town, so we were recommend to do one of the carriage tours to see the most. They gave us a lot of information on the tour, and saw places from Forrest Gump film, one the most haunted houses in North America, and all sorts! Just as the tour was ending however the heavens opened up, and it bucketed down, so we made a ...
... of town. Anglo-Saxon architects were evidently less dramatic than their more vivacious Continental cousins, but this sobriety afforded the houses here an understated grace that you couldn't find elsewhere (as beautiful as the Spanish and French colonial towns I'd visited undoubtably were). Many buildings weren't painted, but their bare red bricks gave them the impression of being solid and enduring; the darkly painted shutters flanking their rectangular windows complemented ...