La Quinta Inn Savannah Midtown
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... 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 left Atlanta first thing this morning without seeing very much at all. Total waste of a day and night. It wasn't the tour company's fault about the traffic jam yesterday, but it was their fault about their choice of accommodation so far out of town. My feedback form is gonna look like a book once its finished.
Anyway, on to Savannah. We stopped for morning tea near an army training base and ...
Visited a boot store offering 3 pairs of cowboy leather boots or the price of one, a deal that seems made for us. After an hour of trying hundreds of different boots on and chatting to the married 19 year old shop assistant and her black lesbian female colleague we felt we had to buy a pair each. We opted for the cheapest ones, costing us $70 each. Comparatively a bargain to what you would pay at ...
It was well worth the trip as soon as I laid eyes on the beautiful oak line driveway which ran for a mile and a half up to the visitor centre. Enchanting and surreal it was impossible to capture with my camera and I soon gave up and just took it all in with my eyes alone. Every step seemed to subtly change the light and to create a whole new array of greens for me to feast my eyes upon. As the rest of the visitors whizzed by ...
... decided it should be our destination for dinner. The restaurant specializes in seafood and steak and we enjoyed a beautiful seafood dinner. Inside the restaurant are photographs of the Belford family who ran a wholesale food company on the site. W. T. Belford purchased the building in 1913 from Savannah’s Hebrew community. The company was an integral part of the City Market, the bustling social and commercial heart of early ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Savannah Midtown
Very nice employees. Ok location just outside central Savannah. You get what you expect. Including a nice staff!
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