Residence Inn Savannah Downtown / Historic District
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... 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 ...
... amp; lots of other handy features!
With all that done in the big city it was time for their first drive & camp for couple of days to get used to the motorhome & test everything out before embarking on their long drive to Calgary. We back tracked to Red Gate Campground in Savannah, Georgia. Our picturesque campsite was next to a pond with a sign that says "Beware of Alligators". We parked ...
... alongside Liverpool, the world cotton price was set. An old tram still runs along the waterfront (for free) so we caught it to reduce sweat levels. We ate lunch at the Crab Shack for some local seafood and then for back on the trolley tour. The architecture is beautiful with the Historic town containing beautiful homes from the 1700s and on. They are beautifully preserved and combined with the oaks, Spanish Moss and ...
... less the deductible of course. But, I digress...we had a delicious celebratory steak dinner, courtesy of "The Groom", after a lovely HH that included the neighbours, Daisy Mae & Ab (Really Alice & Ray, but that's another story). Left at 11:30 am April 25 for our short trip to the Savannah Airport, about a half hour away, got parked and shuttled, checked in at Delta for our 65 minute flight to Atlanta. But first a ...
... night and it was only Friday. We were calling the State parks on the hour every hour just hoping for a cancellation but were coming up with nothing. Becca recommended Blue Spring State park in Florida which is a manatee refuge where a group of manatees come every year during the winter season. Since we could not find a place in The Keys and thought it would be cool to camp with Manatees we said our thank yous and goodbyes and headed out for Blue Spring State Park.