Ramada Limited Port Savannah/Port Wentworth

Address: 110 Travelers Way, Port Wentworth, Georgia, 31407, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 110 Travelers Way, Port Wentworth, is near Crosswinds Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Port Wentworth

Hooray it appears to be dry!

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 04, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... obviously from google as Tom Hanks wasn't available for the picture this morning. Talking of movies, we then walked a little further down to Broughton Street and walked slap in to a movie being made there on the street. The road was closed and it was all happening, the crews, the actors and the cameras. We must find out the movie or television programme for future reference, but it was circa 1920 at a guess. The day was turning out to be very interesting, we went on down to ...

Don scores his first HOLE-IN-ONE!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by mgmword on May 20, 2015

48 photos

... to name the guitar player in certain songs! Really???? I'd rather name the components which make up a cell. We left after the first five rounds. It was so obvious that people were cheating. I knew we weren't going to win or even wanted to win ( I think the prize was a gift certificate for the restaurant for another time),...but it's the point of the matter. Thank goodness the pizza was good. The dough was whole ...

Savannah - A city built upon its dead (Literally)

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Nov 13, 2014

4 comments, 63 photos

Savannah is considered the most haunted city in America. Founded in 1733, it has a long history of death, disease, and other tragedies. It is the largest Historic District in the United States containing tens of thousands of unmarked graves. It has been said by a few historians that you can not walk for more than a few feet in Savannah’s Historic District without passing over a body. While most burials were contained within the walls of burial areas such as Colonial ...

Savannah

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Oct 01, 2014

2 photos

... we were on holiday. We ordered fried green tomatoes with a crab topping and then garlic and Parmesan hand cut fries. The garlic was chunky and I still taste the garlic the next day.the Parmesan was grated all over them. I dragged Andrew out of there and we went back to the room to get ready. While he showered I skyped mum and showed her the dog collars I got Georgie. She loved them. We tagged and I got ready and then Darby skyped us. All is well which is really ...

Savannah

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Dec 04, 2013

11 photos

... of them instantly respond that they would not have biked down that street at that time. Opps!
The pizzas that Becca and Kristopher made were absolutely delicious. The dough was fresh made and ready to roll out as soon as we got back. The first pizza was prosciutto, caramelized onions, sliced apple, spinach and brie. The sweetness of the prosciutto was exemplified by the onions and contrasted by the slight bitterness of the apples. The Brie was rich ...