Travelodge Richmond Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... came from shell mounds left behind from ancient Indian settlements on the site thousands of years earlier.
The ruins of the original Jones house sits on 822 acres of Georgia forest, bordered by marshes to the east and the south. When the Jones family lived at Wormsloe in the mid-1700’s, their home was strategically surrounded by eight-foot-tall tabby walls to protect Jones and his family from Spanish or ...
... is supposed to be haunted! Unfortunately he cut our tour by 30 min. He did have some gems. Trivia: Did you know Despite its name, Spanish moss is not a moss but a bromeliad—a perennial herb in the pineapple family. It hangs from the indigenous trees but isnt attached and can float on the wind from tree to tree. Kind of like the tumbleweed of Georgia. We then started walking and ended up at the city market and the thunder storm and heavy ...
... but where the f@ck is Mon's chicken?!) and if it wasn't for all of us falling into a food coma from the delicious fried chicken and prize-worthy cherry cobbler we probably would have rioted.
Upon paying the bill we met two women who, upon discovering we were from New York, acted as if they had met celebrities. One of them had the most amazing blonde mullet that well exceeded the two ...
... has a large country style kitchen with a fireplace. The living room also has a fireplace and comfortable overstuffed sofas and chairs. There is a tv but Bill can't find the remote. (YES!). There are 3 bedrooms all with exquisite bedding and large bathrooms. What more could we want? Tonight we are having dinner in the main house where I'll get to meet everyone. For the rest of the day, we'll unpack and walk the grounds. Ciao and love to ...
... with Spanish moss hanging from above. It gave the campground a sort of eerie feeling, dark all the time even if the sun was out. The campground was sufficient as it was just outside on the outskirts of Savannah. A short drive to the old downtown.
On Saturday we went to discover Savannah. We again took a trolley ride to see all the highlights of old Savannah. It is a charming downtown area.....in the spring ...