Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Savannah-Midtown
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... away was an ice cream parlor, but Gail wouldn't let me off the bus (I had to be restrained)..Just kiddin. There are parks galore in Savanna that are beautiful and we saw steps curving up to the front doors of stately mansions, some mini and some massive. The staircases were curved and there was one on each side of the door. Seems back in ancient times it was not proper for men to cast their eyes on the ladies ankles, ...
... director' with the wonderful variety of fireworks he had bought - as he said, "money going up in smoke" - but he sure put on a great display for the crowd watching.
I know were back in Florida- cause a 'blackracer' snake just shot out of our garden as I walked by!!!
Great to have had such a wonderful holiday experience , and now enjoying out time with our Florida family.
... appreciated as we passed through Hell's Gate, a notoriously wicked stretch where the tides, shoaling and currents are extreme due to its proximity to the ocean with multiple rivers converging. Hell's Gate! Piece of cake!
After passing through Hell's Gate, we were almost to Savannah. By this time, we had passed through miles of marshes, several channels, briefly entered the ocean, seen some light houses and started to encounter civilization again. We began to see houses, ...
... skies. Even though we only had the afternoon and night in Savannah it was superb. There is a road parallel to the Savannah River which has a diversity of shops, bars and restaurants - and because it was so hot we tested whether the bar that advertised 'the coolest beer in town' was actually true! We met an Atlanta man who was previously a state politician and now an olive grower! We then headed downtown and found the major roads closed ...
... waving her apron. Apparently this woman waved her apron at every boat going by waiting for a man who promised her he would come back for her. After 40 years, and growing the most muscular arms from apron waving, she gave up.
We walked through the squares downtown and along the waterfront, stopping for much needed hydration. It was over 90 today.