Howard Johnson Express Savannah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We waited in line for over an hour. It's a big buffet place and they literally bring massive bowls & plates of food! Food was so good but couldn't fit much in. We then went to our hotel and checked in. Had time for a quick dip in the hotels pool & a sleep then it was getting ready & going out time. Phil took us into town, first stop was wet willies. It was a frozen margarita place with all different flavours where you could mix a few together ...
... opulent features like an amazing pipe organ.
We had a narrated trolley ride to dinner at Vic's on the River. The meal was enjoyable---salmon, with rice and vegetables and peach cheesecake for dessert. Our first full day and a wonderful one!
Weeks on the Road: 25 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 16,063km
Travel by car: 7,245km
Total km: 23,308km
Wildlife Sitings: Armadillo & 6 Wild Pigs, Mom & 5 piglets!
(I think they were wild!)
# of States travelled so far: 13 of 22
Campsite: Flamingo Lake, Jacksonville
Dates: Nov 13 - 15, 2014
Campsite: Red Gate Savannah
Dates: Nov 16 - 20, 2014
Does Savannah conjure images of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", or Paula Deen's unabashed southern cooking; maybe it's a lyrical memory of a Jimmy Buffett song, perhaps Forrest Gump eating chocolates and waiting for his bus or even civil war reenactments. Whatever comes to mind, Savannah is one of those highly romanticized cities and for good reason. Everyone falls in love with Savannah in their own way. In short, it's a city for everyone. From ...
... buried here and the grave stones date way back to the early 1800's.
We had planned our trip purposely for the end of March knowing full well that the flowers would be in bloom and we were not disappointed! We walked for hours on end reading gravestones and admiring the landscape. It is said that this cemetery is haunted and I must admit that it did have that feeling. One particular grave of interest was called "Gracie". It was an extremely detailed carving ...