Homewood Suites by Hilton Savannah
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Up till today all of our tours have been along the streets of Savannah looking at 150 year old houses from the outside. Today it is time to enter some of these mansions and see how the other half lived in the 1800's and early 1900's. Sarah was thrilled beyond words with this idea.
Our first stop was at the Mercer-Williams House. The Mercer …
We got a later start on Monday morning. We arrived downtown around 11 am. and went to the visitors center first. We messed around looking at various tour options, bought a two day parking pass and again headed down to River Street. The parking Gods were with us and we immediately found a parking space right on the river. From there we had lunch at …
We drove down from Virginia on Saturday to spend a week exploring Savannah. There is nothing eventful or remotely interesting in driving on I-95. In fact it is so uninteresting that I was able to count the number of times I have driven up and down I-95 in the past quarter of a century. I actually to recalled 26 individual trips. There are probably …
Well I've been bad about writing things have been really hectic...so let's see... July 2nd we drove to Savannah, GA. We got to the Homewood Suites around 11pm. We stopped in Dalton, GA on the way here and stopped at ****** outlet malls. We had breakfast at the free buffet then lunch at Dairy Queen. We got nasty Arby's in Savannah. Our hotel is …
Just as Joseph Banks collected thousands of botanical specimens during Captain's Cook’s exploration of Australia, Mrs Henry’s collection of commemorative fridge magnets continues to grow as we travel the USA. New York, Philladelphia, Washington, Kitty Hawk and then a southern trio: Wilmington, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia.
Yes, dear donors, the Mr Henry Institute has reached the southernmost point of its exploration ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center