La Quinta Inn & Suites Hinesville - Fort Stewart
Travel Blogs from Hinesville
... leisure time. Its a big park with lots of trees and squirrels.
We walked past the Savannah Police Station and they had a couple of antique police cars out the front. This car still has a few blood stains from a fight outside a nearby bar which does not exist anymore. The police were set upon by the drinkers because they were asking the men to move off the road. Tuff buggas back then.
This is ...
... We did notice that a lot of the houses were up on stilts. We headed for the lighthouse which happened to be closed on Tuesdays. It was a beautiful lighthouse and a clear blue sky. We took a walk over to the ocean which was very rough. There is an interesting bunker right on the shoreline too that was built during WW2 which the locals use as emergency shelter during hurricanes.
We said goodbye to Tybee Island and headed for our inn in Savannah. It is ...
... believe in ghosts). At the end of the tour, I was left thinking that I should have booked a longer stay in Savannah. I will definitely go back there one day. I had a lovely malted shake at a "world famous" ice cream parlour. Every shop in the states is "world famous". I think it just means the people in the next town have heard of it!
Went out for dinner to an "Irish" pub called Kevin Barry's. ...
... the Israeli counsellor was so shocked by the amount of stuff they bring :p we only had a few wacky parents, trying to move the beds and telling us their child's weird problems. You'd think by 13 they wouldn't cry themselves to sleep but they do. So we told them the rules and then played some bonding games with them, we played a game where we told them to take the number of pieces of toilet paper the think ...
... quite a lot of photos of those trees. They were just what I would
consider an iconic symbol of the South.
We walked through Savannah stopping at
each square and taking a photo, a large percentage had fountains or a
statue in the middle of them... so naturally they got a photo too. It
was really nice just to walk through the streets and explore such a
beautiful city. There is a much more relaxed and slower pace of life
there that makes ...