Marriott Savannah Riverfront
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... major hotel chains have resorts on the island. About 40% (south end of the island) is one big development which charges $6 to access so we skipped it. We were at an RV resort & marina on the NE end of the island near the highway bridge. Many bike trails exist but not close to where we are and we don't want to ride on the busy highways.
We found a Whole Foods market on the island so are restocking fresh food items and drinking water ...
... giving him ownership of the property. Today the remaining ruined foundation walls are the oldest standing structures in the Savannah area.
Jones played a key role in the colony's development doing a variety of things from tithingman, to Indian agent to constable. He finally died in 1775 leaving the estate to his daughter Mary Jones Bulloch. It then went to her brother Noble Wimberly Jones after she died. He rarely saw the property ...
Does Savannah conjure images of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", or Paula Deen's unabashed southern cooking; maybe it's a lyrical memory of a Jimmy Buffett song, perhaps Forrest Gump eating chocolates and waiting for his bus or even civil war reenactments. Whatever comes to mind, Savannah is one of those highly romanticized cities and for good reason. Everyone falls in love with Savannah in their own way. In short, it's a city for everyone. From ...
... had to do some more studying so Kaitlyn and I had a few drinks and called it a night.
The next morning we woke up and began our search for our next stop. This became a bigger problem than we had anticipated. It turns out that there are a lot of people who travel to Florida in December to camp...DUH!! For whatever reason we did not really think much about this fact. We were planning on heading straight to The Keys but could not find a campsite ...
... bed bugs bite" originated from. People would often stuff their mattresses with bug invested Spanish moss and sew it up tight to keep the critters inside. Delightful!
Later Chris and I headed back for a nap/chill out session at the ol' Thunderbird. Refreshed we met back up with L&M for the World of Beer, a Hotel Rooftop bar and then some delicious Pizza at Vinnie Van Go Go's.
A much better day of meals today. :)