Residence Inn Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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FL n' GA FORTLAUDERDALE El atraso de spirit El aerouerto loco de Fortlauderdale La pelea con Spirit Los amigos del avion La alquilada del carro y la manejada hasta Orlando Wenddys a la 1 am La dormida en Vero Beach en Inn and Suites 2 horas El double up grade en Hertz Tati peliando con T Mobile Los dos GPS de Tati Tati haciendo el relevo en la …
... SnapChat. Lexi shared a lot of our moments on SnapChat…she shared a booty snap, me chewing gum snap, driving snap. It was off the chain. She had us laughing.
We were back on the street to hunt down Sonie’s favorite Scents for Cents shop in the thunder and lightning. Oh, that precious sister of mine. We also hit The City Market where we bought praline ice cream from the Savannah Candy Kitchen, which was ...
... greens, macaroni and cheese, squash, and yellow rice. I also got the banana pudding for dessert. Everything was fantastic! I wish this restaurant existed in Tampa so I could have it on a weekly basis. We were going to go to the Lady and Sons. I am so happy that we made this choice instead. We have been enjoying our time in Savannah and are not looking forward to tomorrow being our last day. However, we are happy to be going home to our babies because we miss ...
... you had in Vancouver! Ron climbed up to check our roof & there was ice on it!! They must not be used to the cold weather down here because the very small bathroom (well more like an outhouse really!) with open air floorboards had ice in the toilet!
It was a really cool 5C when we all headed off ...
... right under your feet. River Street stretching down the banks of the Savannah River is "paved" with ballast stones. When English ships pulled into the port to pick up cargo in Savannah, they left the ballast stones behind. The stones which are hundreds of years old have held up incredibly well under all the foot, street car, trolley and car traffic. Ladies, please no heels! It's hard enough to navigate the stones in flats and you certainly wouldn't want to ...