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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Adult pool
- High-speed internet in room
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And the sun came out and dried up all the rain! Daniel led a free walking tour of Savannah's historic district which overviewed the city from it's 1733 beginnings through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars to today. We walked the Squares and met the characters who established the city's reputation and grew it as a center of the South's prosperity. One such fellow was Andrew Low, a Scotsman, who made his fortune in ...
... added in a pair of earrings. I dont' know about you, but when ever I go shopping for a great new dress, I am usually dressed completely inappropiately! Frumpy clothes (don't all shoes/clothes feel frumpy and inadequate in the presence of new ones?), a waist belt (traveling), a backpack (God forbid!) and always, always, always the wrong shoes. Still bought the dress, however! Since we were close to home at West Jones Street we went and put our feet up for a bit. ...
... box of chocolates) Luckily enough when we stopped for an iced coffee ( which we are getting very fond of) the heavens opened so we were in the right place. 30 Minutes later we made our way to the visitors centre, learning more history about Savannah. We headed back to the car park stopping briefly at The Forrest Gump bench and then made our way home. Stopping briefly for provisions WHEN Maggie realised No IPAP!! Oh S..T. We ...
... in both directions. Obviously the cars with all of the house plants in them are not crossing the border. We also commented on the number of men driving with their partners reading on Tablets. They have probably done this before and the hum drum of routine has settled in. We imagine a lot. At rest stops as many pets pour out of cars as their masters. There is lots to observe.
On arrival in Savannah, Tony is driving. I was proud I ...
... Refuge. Within sight of a container port and paper mill, we drove a 4 mile loop thru the refuge where we saw tons of different birds and the occasional gator. Back to the cabin by 6, we were entertained by the weird looking ducks while having bevies on the deck. Kath made a great pork roast for a late ...