Econo Lodge Savannah South
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... of the jams, jellies and other canned goods. She was looking mostly to get stuff as gifts for others. Hey, I think that stuff sounds pretty good for me. Anyway, Harley and I perused the large selection of fireworks – buy one and get one free! I resisted though.
The clerk said that if we bought four items we would save one dollar each. OK, let’s keep looking. Looks like I will get some for me after all. We selected four items and headed ...
Barry started causing trouble and played hide and seek. Took me a little while to find him but his new friend was a bad influence and encouraged him.
We walked back to the hotel via Bay Street, which is the road above River Street. There was some eery & ghostly sites on the way back due to the humidity and spanish moss.
... up, and the further we walked, the more it rained. Fortunately, the walk was a short one and we had the learned that we should take the umbrella with us, so we stayed pretty dry. Lunch was was pretty good and at a perfect time. Post lunch, the rain had cleared and we were able to walk back home in the dry.
Had the post lunch siesta and went for an evening walk up to the original Savannah cemetery which has a lot ...
For such a large hotel the breakfast room was really small, we had to eat in the lobby, luckily another guest asked the receptionist to turn down the air-con, thank goodness for Americans as it was freezing. We drove into St Augustine and as we were early we could park right at the side of the river on a meter. It looks a lovely town but we saw a galleon anchored on the river and went straight there to see it. Le Galeon is an authentic replica of a 16th ...
... about my travels. Maybe it was the increase in temperature? The friendly faces? Savannah was already winning me over. My host, Chok, is a graduate of the art and design school in the city and a Hong Kong native. He is instantly friendly and welcoming and gives me a mini tour of the city as we walk to his place a few blocks from downtown. Even in the dark I can see that Savannah is gorgeous. The Live Oaks are dripping with Spanish Moss ...