Quality Inn - Pooler
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An enormous stone monument and a wrought iron fence mark the first family burial site at Wormsloe. Noble Jones was buried at Wormsloe in 1775 alongside his wife Sarah and, later, their youngest son Indigo.
Afterwards, we drove into Savannah and had decided we wanted to have lunch at Mrs. Wilkes’, but when we turned the corner, we changed our mind as the line to get in was down a half a block and ...
... to mark out our map for all the things we wanted to do and we started on the Savannah river front. We walked down the steep steps, don't know how the oldies did it to the front. We looked in the shops which were quaint with a side of trash but had some interesting books and souvenir items. There were plenty of restaurants and a lot of English character crept into the look with dark timber adorning the doorways and windows. We arrived at the end of the riverwalk ...
... back to crying. She will learn like Andrew. That boy just drew and watched cartoons and played video games. We decided to make the most of the short daylight and explored Great Smoky Mountains National Park's main road. It was crowded on the Pigeon Forge side, but more beautiful than any other time I've seen it. The leafless trees gave the mountains a mysterious gray brown color. A painter had his canvas set up by the side ...
... They finally showed up and we just chilled out around the pool the rest of the day.
Cindy and Layne researched the restaurant magazine and selected Truffles Cafe. Layne made reservations on Open Table for 6:45. We arrived right on time and were taken to our table. The wait staff was very nice and our Maitre'd came back to take drink orders for us... we told Layne it was because of her because ...
... br> A National Historic Landmark, the stately former residence is now a historic house museum. It boasts a decorative arts collection comprised primarily of Owens family furnishings, along with American and European objects dating from 1750-1830. The site also includes a beautiful English-inspired parterre garden and an original carriage house-which contains one of the earliest intact urban slave quarters in the ...