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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... landed dead in the middle of a convention. We are the only people here not wearing a uniform. We have a gun so we fit right in on that one and thank you, thank you, thank you common sense for stopping me from purchasing herb at our last stop......lol
And here ends this leg of the saga..... Hope you enjoy it with us! Remember if you're reading this through facebook, you have to click on the travelpod link to read the comments on the pictures....
Woke up a little later to another sunny though cool...it's only 8F this AM..had another nice breakfast,did a wash...the W/D is just like ours at home...and then set off for Tybee Light Station and Museum... Very interesting. Then went to Tybeans.the only coffee place on the Island. Definitely not K/I type of place...it's like a beach shack. Got back home around 4 and while K/I took a nap we tried to find a Resto for dinner. The Symphony is playing a concert ...
... or an entertainment square. The oldest running cinema was built in 1819 and is still functioning as one today. We saw where the movie "Midnight in the garden of good and evil" which is based on a murder that took place in downtown Savannah. I may try and get the book or rent the movie at some stage. On the way to Savannah we watched Forrest Gump which was so fitting As we got to see where he sat ...
... full of old people, it should be renamed Zimmer frame city or geriatric central, we will definitely have to come back here when we are old and wrinkled. The restaurant in our hotel is rated as one of the best in the city so we decide to splash out in the hope of getting something edible which apparently in America has so far been impossible, if I have to answer the question do you ...
... of Jewish decent and also those who fought in the various American wars. Some of the graves had amazing wrought iron fences protecting the ground around the tombstones. We were so happy that we had choose to visit here on our own and not with the tour buses that rush the visitors through without allowing them time to soak in the true ambiance of the place. We drove our little Mini Cooper through the thin roads and stopped to take pictures anytime we saw something ...