Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Savannah-Midtown
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... you get to go to the top, or third, deck. That is where we wanted to go anyway, so it worked out well.
The tour lasted 90 minutes and goes both up and down stream on the Savannah River. The river forms the boundary between Georgia and South Carolina. It is over 300 miles long and is a minimum of 47 feet deep, which is considered the depth needed for the large container ships to safely navigate. The river undergoes dredging operations 24 hours a day, ...
snow and ice clearing equipment!
It is a beautiful day in Savannah and I enjoy a walk around the block ... children's parade celebrating President's day which was yesterday!
Wednesday - it's the same circus different day - connection through Washington is very tight (15min) but staff are confident the second flight will also be delayed -- so off I go - not to be.. I
miss the connection by about 10min - I am ...
... the back of the lot was dark and quiet. With this detail sorted we did a bit of shopping at Harbor Freight. We needed disposable rubbers gloves to use when connecting and disconnecting the RV holding tanks. We then drove into Savannah to see some of the sites before it got dark.
We first headed to Forsyth Park. It is a large formal park within the historic district of Savannah. It is well used for sports, relaxing and people ...
... even some commercial structures. The closer we got to Savannah, the larger and grander the houses and boats became. We were starting to see huge subdivisions. At one point, we saw some large boars in the marshes surprisingly close to some houses. We also saw a few deer and animals of the human variety. No more wilderness for us.
It was without a doubt a perfect day of cruising and it seemed as if we made it to Savannah in no time. We were excited to arrive but were a bit ...
... scratch. He offered us a piece each, which we gladly accepted; it tasted really weird! We decided not to but any, but we did buy some chocolate covered strawberries which we ate on the wall outside, as people streamed past. After our snack, we carried on walking through the city, stopping at the old Savannah Cotton Exchange building, the exchange bell and a statue of John Wesley, who was apparently the founder of the Baptist Church, which is so popular ...