Oglethorpe Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... chicken fingers and honey mustard sauce. Mmm Mmm Good. I wouldn’t mind going back to Savannah, Georgia, but Hilton Head Island can wait. I must say the service we got from the staff at ANdAZ Savannah Hotel was impeccable and so, we tipped them well once we got our luggage and loaded them up for home. We were back on the road, headed for home to rest our tired feet. I slept through the next day until 1:25pm when my nephew came and woke me ...
... way to see Savannah! We enjoyed a tasty meal of chicken, steak, and sides with pecan pie for dessert. Rachel outlined the program for the coming week and had us introduce ourselves by telling what we were doing in 1975. This was supposed to relate to Road Scholar currently celebrating 40 years. John and I didn't find it very helpful ...
There is a beautiful pier at the beach, it reminds you of the old time piers with band stands. I should say rebuilt pier because after many storms it has been rebuilt on concrete pilings this time. Just to remind us we are in Hurricane Zone there are huge warning signs ...
... already a line big enough to fill all the tables inside. The potato salad was out of this world. If in Savannah, I highly recommend taking a detour here!
For our last full day, we decided to head out to Fort Pulaski and Tybee Island. Fort Pulaski is a few miles drive outside of Savannah proper and is where in 1862 (during the American Civil War), the Army successfully tested a rifled cannon, which then rendered brick fortifications obsolete. The fort was ...
... pool taken from the balcony of our timeshare.
Then we went on the wine tasting. This is a winery that imports grapes mostly from northern California in the fall and Chile in the spring, but they had a Riesling from Michigan grapes. They crush them in the parking lot twice a year. I started to wonder if Lucy shows up for that. Clearly their reds were superior to their whites. We actually bought a bottle of the Rhone blend that was pretty ...