Howard Johnson Express Savannah
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Friday sees us in Savannah GA. It feels like autumn now as we are a good 9 hours drive north of Naples FL and the temperature is in the low fifties. But Savannah lifts our spirits - it's just so beautiful. We left the Howard Johnson motel (a chain known as HoJo's) after a hearty breakfast of waffles and bacon and headed for the tourist info centre …
... along similar lines to "World Series" baseball. It was, none the less, pretty nice.
The hotel pool then got a quick work out before we went to a local restaurant called Public. If we were locals, we would be there quite regularly. Excellent service and the Shrimp and Grits were fantastic. Emma proudly wore her Elsa dress again.
It would be easy to spend another day or two in Savannah.
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... and the people very friendly. Sarah and Emma had a fantastic time at Forsyth Park and played chase with two local girls for half an hour.
We walked to the harbour / river for dinner where Emma's newly acquired dress made a splash. It did so to such an extent that a little girl (3 or 4) came up to her during dinner to say how beautiful she looked! Looking forward to a full day moving around Savannah tomorrow.
Cheers, Thanks Berrys
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