Quality Inn Heart of Savannah
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... trip. The only thing that made the place French was the macaroons. They were going for $1.59, which is highway robbery. Now Wayback Burger was the greatest thing! The burger just melts in your mouth! It’s like they really grind up the meat real fine. I don’t know what part of the cow they use, but it’s delicious! Take my word. At The Jazz Corner, a group from Atlanta called Bonaventure Quartet was playing ...
... all over the world dating back many centuries. The tour does not include the upper or lower floors of the home because it is still lived in today. There is a cat that lives on the property, but unfortunately we did not get to see it. The second was the Owens-Thomas house. We caught the last tour of the day so it was only us and one other person. The tour started in the original slave quarters. It's amazing that a building constructed in the 1800's which ...
... ready for shipping. The cute small houses had porches you could just imagine folks sitting out in the hot humid summer!
We met Gary & Marianne at the RV dealer to admire their shinny new motorhome. It's a 2013 24ft Tioga. While Gary & Ron checked everything was okay with the motorhome Marianne & I hit the stores. They had to buy EVERYTHING they would need for their trip back to ...
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 ...
... s not to say it wasn't good, because it was. I was just expecting Ice cream Nirvana, but I didn't get it. By the time we'd been served, the sun was out and the rain had cleared, so we walked back home.
Next up this evening, we have the 'Ghost and Gravestone' tour. Now we all know that there is no such thing as ghosts and ghouls, so I'll be interested to see how they spin this one. Having said that, the historical aspect will be ...