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We drove to the Wormsole State Historic Site this morning. As we turned the corner into the site, we first saw a neat entrance archway, and then beyond the arch was a majestic avenue, lined on either side by over 400 live oak trees. The 1.5 miles entrance to Wormsloe Historic Site takes you back to a different era - 18th-century Georgia.
Wormsloe is the only standing architectural remains in Savannah from the founding ...
... access to Internet on the ship. We reckon the helicopter ride over the volcano will be around a grand if it's anything like the Las Vegas expedition. Chanda went over our departures and shuttle to the airport tomorrow and also a place where we could all meet for a farewell dinner at the local steak house tonight. We filled out our surveys for the trip also. We basically said we thoroughly enjoyed the trip and it met our expectation with a little less of ...
... We waited it out on a patio. We left the umbrella we purchased this morning at the hotel. Kim had the low country boil for dinner. Walked the Savannah riverfront tonight and now back watching Edward Snowden. Savannah is a very pretty city very rich in history. 2 thumbs up from us. You can even rent one of the squares for 3 hours for private function. Price is only $250. for the 3 hours. Comes complete with police officer to keep the public from wandering ...
In the last entry you may recall we landed half hour late. This meant us and another flight got off the planes at pretty much the same time. This meant we were queuing to go through customs for over an hour. This meant by the time we got to the car and out of the airport it was gone 8pm. I had hoped to get to Savannah about 10.30, this was not going to happen!
... was the end point of Sheridan’s March to the Sea in the Civil War, spared destruction when the city fathers surrendered rather than suffer a siege and destruction of their city. Cotton was king and most of it sailed out of Savannah's river port. The wealth generated mansions and beautiful architecture throughout the city, don’t miss it if you have the chance.
After the tour we headed out to Statesboro, our first ...
Other places to stay in Hardeeville
I-95 & US 17, Hardeeville | 1 star hotelfrom $31
145 Independent Boulevard, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $110
1122 Hummingbird Lane, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $41
18102 White Hardee Blvd., Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $33
16553 Whyte Hardee Boulevard, Hardeeville | 1 star hotelfrom $65
18116 Whyte Hardee Blvd., Hardeeville | Hotelfrom $38
I-95, Hardeeville | Hotelfrom $30
19000 Whyte Hardee Boulevard, Hardeeville | 2 star hotelfrom $53