Homewood Suites by Hilton Savannah
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... for them, the Union forces attacked from the land side and forced the Confederate troops to flee to South Carolina. It is now a National Historic Landmark.
As we cruised along the river we took some time to get acquainted with our table mates. Turns out that Keith recently retired from the oil field industry. He said he was new at retirement and was still getting used to it. During our conversation we told them we were traveling by motorhome ...
... the hotel which was a cute little place:):) we then had a walk along the river before getting all dressed up for another costume party and a pub crawl which was very messy but so much fun:):) We played darts and danced the night away. We also met soldiers from afgan and they told us some very disturbing stories about how many people they had shot. Me and hannah ended up running away to eat pizza because they were so ...
... turned out to be a cheesy platter, pizza and wine. We arose the next day bright eyed and ready to soak in the sights of Savannah. The town itself is not too big. The old buildings have been restored to give the whole historic district and ye olde world feel about it. There are parks and trees scattered throughout the city too. There is a moss that grows in the trees and hangs down, giving a creepy feel; it’s one of ...
... area where we checked out some art galleries, did some wine tastings and just hung out
... to Port Charlotte with Captain(s) Calvin & Wendy.
We will stay here at Thunderbolt Marina until approx May 1st when we will start our next journey to Morehead City, North Carolina. This time Larry & Marion will be traveling with us so we are looking forward to getting out on the water again. Hopefully this time we can put away the fleeces & break out the warm weather clothes.