Hyatt Regency Savannah
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... Street Markets and spent a VERY long time in there. It had soooo much stuff that I could have bought. We bought a few gifts for people and then got the free tram back to the hotel.
The tram is originally from Melbourne and the driver was really excited that I was actually from Melbourne and was very happy to get his photo taken with Barry.
Tammy had to get back to the hotel because her friends ...
... headed down to the riverfront and decided on seafood for dinner. We picked a great place that had a balcony and we could watch all the ships going past while eating. We ordered some drinks and while we were waiting for them to come, we noticed a dirty big black cloud moving in. Keith, being a Queenslander, advised nah it wont rain. The waitress brought the drinks and said yep its gonna rain. Irene decided ...
... may not be possible after a life changing experience. When you are Savannah daydreaming, it is sometimes hard to settle for the mundane. But fear not, we are destined for more adventures. Someone has to go down and get the boat in Pensacola! And that would be us. We plan on leaving in August to visit our family and perhaps hook up with the Good Captains whose home port is Pensacola. Then we will cruise on over to Mobile and make our way back up the Tom Bigbee to Tellico Lake, our home ...
... recent cold snap and spent most of my stay hiding under his bark and I felt I could sympathise. Unaccustomed to this kind of weather the buildings of Savannah are not designed for the cold and I was very grateful of the fan heater we had to huddle around. I shouldn't complain however as the rest of the country was experiencing record breaking low temperatures and the polar vortex was swirling around the north east causing widespread ...
We are really enjoying the charm of the southern state cities and today we spent time in Savannah, Georgia. The city is known as the Hostess City of the South, welcoming visitors to its cobblestoned streets and unique coastal setting.
Sheltered beneath a thick canopy of live oak trees, dripping with Spanish moss, the city’s National Landmark Historic district showcases world class antebellum, Victorian, ...
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