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Travel Blogs from Savannah
... were picking her up to go to the beach with them. Irene, Keith and Michelle came downstairs to wish her well. It was sad to say goodbye to her as we have really become quite good friends in the short time we have been on the tour. I don't think it will be the last time I see her.
The four of us then went to dinner down on River Street again but made it a reasonably early night as we are going to Orlando ...
... there was a few holes in the canvas awning, we better move inside. Just as we sat at our new table, there was a huge bolt of lightning and m************ of thunder and it was on. The wind started, the rain started and we had a full on storm. People out on the balcony scattered as they were getting soaked. By the time they were all settled inside, the storm was over. There was lots of puddles and little ...
Probably need to first mention the 'Ghost and Gravestone' tour that we did last night. It was a bit of light hearted fun. We got on the bus at 8.45 for an hour and a half tour. The first 30 minutes were a drive around the historic district checking out old murder scenes and points of historical significance. Then we stopped at a warehouse which used to be where a triple murder occurred in the 18th century. The old house ...
... we unloaded the bikes and headed towards downtown. Our first stop was a pass through Colonial Park Cemetery, known as one of Savannah’s most haunted areas. It is the oldest burial grounds still designated as a cemetery in Savannah. After the cemetery we stopped in at Abe’s on Lincoln to grab a beer and take advantage of the open intoxicant laws in Savannah. We strolled down River St., beers in hand, and enjoyed the warm weather. After ...
... br> At the end they make you take your own dish and glass to the kitchen in the spirit of the old boarding house days. On the way out we saw the news clippings that showed President Obama's visit to the dining room.
Completely stuffed we hopped back on Trolley and finished out the tour. Savannah was my first experience with Spanish Moss which apparently is not moss at all. Our guide also claimed that this was where the phrase "Sleep tight, don't ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center