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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So, so far... Savannah is the most beautiful place I've seen yet. With Wilmington as a close second.
When we first arrived we were supposed to say at a motel 6 in midtown. When we got there... it.... was... "scariest environment imaginable" - Armageddon.
We sat in the car for 25 minutes and tried to find a pet friendly hotel in …
... enchanted with Savannah. The town was designed with a pretty efficient grid system in place (thank you! I am so sick of the European urban layouts with windy and curving streets). The city was planned around roughly 25 public squares, most of which have some benches, shade, and many even have monuments, usually dedicated to some Confederate general...they do that a lot in these parts. The live oak trees envelop the streets ...
We decided we wanted to see a southern plantation if we could. There are some open for tours, but most are really expensive due to re-enactors, upkeep and renovations. We found one that was now a state park site called Wormsloe Historic Site just south of Savannah. We programmed our GPS which took us to the middle of a marsh, literally. We reprogrammed and tried again and she took us back over the roads we had already driven. ...
Savannah blew me away!! I was expecting it to be abit boring but everywhere we have been has been good - in different ways. The scenery and the way the houses are built really makes it different then anywhere else - really pretty. On our first day here, we pulled into River Street and had a wonder of the touristy area.(Unfortunetly still feeling the effects of the hangover so I steered away from food) ...
The last night in Fernandina was a restless one due to the concerns about our boat. Calliope continued to take on water and we knew the prop and strut were damaged. Fortunately, the diver was able to put some glue around the strut, the apparent starting point of the leak) so the water intake seemed to slow down. At least it did in our imagination. While our pumps could handle it so far, there was no guarantee that this would always be the case. And the diver was not able to do anything ...