La Quinta Inn Savannah I-95
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... to find in on the i pad. God bless Google and technology. Listening to the Car Talk pod cast in the truck today. Those Klik and Klak brothers are hilarious. There is no shortage of trees in Florida especially where we are driving in the Osceola National Forest, so lush and green! When we dieseled up today, Clarence put our truck and fifth wheel on a scale. We weighed more that what we thought we did. A whopping 23,600 lbs and that ...
... com/. I think I'm secretly envious we didn't go on his tour.
When we finally got to check into our hotel, we decided to chill for a while. We are both tired of restaurant food, so Ted walked to a nearby supermarket and brought us both back roast dinners. Finally, a time when we didn't have to tip someone!
We decided to go out and meet the locals, so Ted found out about a venue that was located on the waterfront. After ...
... fun as ****, and i didnt come glass blowing to chat! It was hotter than hell. I had to get so close to the furnace that I could feel my skin melting off my face.
I toughed it out, and despite it being super hard I managed to make some icicles that could be used as decorations on a christmas tree. They weren't the best but for a first timer I reckon I dominated it.
James was busy doing his own thing in the corner and I wasn't ...
... honeymoon - she as Australian, he was Northern Irish, from Belfast.
We had lunch one day in a Wright Square cafe owned by two friends of Amy, our Diamond Cove realtor. She had told the owners that we would call in so we were made to feel very welcome and given some complimentary desserts.
So how does Savannah compare to Charleston? Or should we even do that comparison? Probably not. Savannah seems like a bigger, busier city. Its great ...
... a 1930s ice cream parlor. In addition to the ice cream there is an old fashioned soda fountain and props & posters from his Hollywood career. I ordered a scoop of the Chocolate Chewies & Cream and Kaitlyn ordered the Pistachio. The CC&C was dense and creamy and loaded with chunks of fudge brownie and toasted pecans. The ice cream was rich and creamy, the fudge brownie was dense with a bit of bitterness and the toasted pecans were sweet and ...