La Quinta Inn & Suites Savannah Southside
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... the shell. They seem to be very popular down here because you get them bins in the gas stations and in all travel centres. We passed a Florida Citrus Centre as well. YOu saw that pic on the yesterdays entry. Just passed the Welcome to Georgia sign. We're glad you've got Georgia on your mind. (that pic was on yesterdays entry as well). A little ahead of myself it would seem. Peaches and pecans advertised on bill board signs all over the ...
... didn't seem worth the while. But the night wasn't a complete loss. We had previously passed a diner called Five Guys Burgers and Fries, and the menu of hot dogs and hot chips seemed perfect on a cold Savannah night.
To be honest, Savannah has not charmed me as much as I thought it would. Whilst I was amazed at the city squares and beautiful houses, the city was also somewhat chaotic and crazy too. But maybe that's just all part of the Southern ...
... once it had sufficiently cooled. I'd hate to see how many of these he has.
A change of scene was in order after that ordeal. All i was thinking of was somewhere with people around, so I asked him to take me to the river. It was busy so i felt safer.
We walked around and james took me to a place (that I guess he had named) called Echoland.
I know i know it sounds gay, but it was actually pretty cool. There is a circle ...
... Owens Thomas house was a beautiful Regency house that had an amazing bridge stair case and very interesting floor treatments in both the back and front entry lobbys, it was like a painted canvas, a reproduction of the original, but I'd never seen anything like it. A design feature of the house was interesting little windows to catch breezes. For its time it had very advanced plumbing. This house has rare intact slave quarters with original blue paint on one of ...
... thoroughly enjoyed the pistachio as well.
From Leopold’s we headed out on our journey to find pizza sauce and some sort of salad or dessert to accompany the pizzas Becca and Kristopher were making for dinner. This ended up being a much more ambitious journey than we had expected. We stopped at a couple of coffee and sweet shops to no avail, then we stopped at a specialty cookie shop and were not impressed. We finally decided to just grab a ...