East Bay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... vet to have her checked out. The vet checked Holly out from stem to stern and declared her healthy but suffering from a minor digestive disorder. The repairman never showed up.
8/4/15 - Tuesday
The sun shined all day today, inside and out. The repairman apologized for standing us up yesterday and came & fixed our refrigerator. Holly was back to her old self and we got to ...
... Peaches, when I wrote my road blog tonight. One of them said, “Yeah, dried peaches.” I said that dried peaches were good, too. The first lady then quipped, “Tell them you met three Yankees. None of us are from around here.” Turns out she is from California, via Canada. The other two were from West Virginia and New York. They said they all lived in the same facility. We assumed they meant some sort of senior living place.
- Drove all day Saturday from south west Florida to Savannah, GA.
- After checking into my room 4 miles from downtown, I spent some time driving around the city just to get a feel.
- Woke up early, parked downtown, and headed over to one of many coffee shops downtown.
- Once the bike shop opened, rented a "cruiser" bike and spend the day riding around Savannah.
- Love this city! Tons ...
... Kelsey and I took a downtown stroll through the neighborhoods surrounding the park. There were historical plaques on almost every home. Most homes were nostalgic and quant and then as you walk towards the river they become huge mansions overlooking the waterfront. Our next stop was to an old plantation just west of Charleston. This stop can be attributed to my mom. She said she visited one when her and my dad traveled the east coast years ago and it was a ...
... 4 a pint. On top of that, we had our first eat out meal. It was delicious. The southern food we had was old American home style and very nice.
(Bed time now, we are spending tomorrow here as well, so this is in two parts)
Day two :
Gus and I woke up early and hired bikes and rode around the entire city. The highlights were definitely the amazing old feel and architecture, the friendly people, beautiful squares and Savannah river. ...