La Quinta Inn Savannah I-95
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... guitar, saxophone, cello. The songstress sang the blues. We had to order dinner, so we ordered Coconut Crusted Mahi Mahi with honey poblano cream, lime, cilantro, risotto, and snap peas and drank Mai Tai. The owners and hostesses were great. They checked in on us a few times and walked us out the club and offered to take photos for us.
We sang happy birthday to Sonie the next morning while everyone ate breakfast. One ...
... gone through several renovations is still standing today. Next we went into the main house. We got to go in the cellar which included the kitchen, wash room, and bathroom for the slaves. Next we went up the stairs to the main entertainment floor of the house. It had the master bedroom, informal dining room, Butler's pantry, formal dining room, and ladies' sitting room. It's odd how when the English regency architecture was popular, they would ...
... amp; lots of other handy features!
With all that done in the big city it was time for their first drive & camp for couple of days to get used to the motorhome & test everything out before embarking on their long drive to Calgary. We back tracked to Red Gate Campground in Savannah, Georgia. Our picturesque campsite was next to a pond with a sign that says "Beware of Alligators". We parked ...
... right under your feet. River Street stretching down the banks of the Savannah River is "paved" with ballast stones. When English ships pulled into the port to pick up cargo in Savannah, they left the ballast stones behind. The stones which are hundreds of years old have held up incredibly well under all the foot, street car, trolley and car traffic. Ladies, please no heels! It's hard enough to navigate the stones in flats and you certainly wouldn't want to ...
... experience in Savannah. A gentleman came running out of his house into the middle of the street and asked if I had a smoke. I did not. It seemed like he expected 50/50 odds but the odds were much worse for him. I was reminded that running is the best way to get the complete picture. Even as biking has become my new obsession, I realize that you do not get the complete picture on the bike. On the bike you ride the rural roads, you get ...