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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... driving accentuated with the occasional spaghetti type junction, until we neared Charleston! At about 10 miles out, the blackening sky opened to torrential rain, it was obvious that Charleston was getting a pounding. Debbie and I looked at each other, we both looked at the 'other women' in the car and decided we should carry on to Savannah. She (the other woman) had already been programmed to our final destination, so she recalculated and we put in a stop at the nearest ...
... out to the Wormsloe plantation. Tracy was inspired by the live oak avenue and took several pictures. I could've swore she was going to get hit by a car standing in front of the gate trying to get her opportunity for the best shot. I enjoyed reading about the live oaks and learning things I did not know. It is a self-guided tour of the property. You start at the museum and gift shop. Then you walk to ...
... discovery. Our campsite #6 has low hanging live oak branches providing privacy from other sites, along with creating a cozy campsite feeling for both of us, and Kitty. Not much sunlight filtered down onto the ground, making the ground feel damp and musky. However, the sun was out and provided warmth by midday, just enough to allow Kitty to freely roam the campsite. There were five or six squirrels tantilizing the 'fatso furball' while she roamed ...
We got to the bus station and he tells me that i need a smaller note because he doesn't have change for a $20. No change for a $20? Am I back in ******* Ecuador!?!? My ride was $11, and I knew he wanted me to just give him he full $20 so i played it up, went inside, asked for change from everyone there. By this time he'd been waiting for about 15 minutes and he decided to take me down the road to another convenience ...
... br> Second stop was a ship chancery which was set up as a bit theatre show. Another bit of harmless fun.
This morning we headed to Forsythe park for a walk and took in all the sights before we jumped on the Trolley for a trip to the Savannah visitor centre and museum. We spent about an hour checking out the museum before we headed off for a late lunch at 'Crystal Beer Parlour'. Whilst enroute the heavens started ...