San's Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many many different movies shot in town, and he pointed out the places where they were filmed. The roads are narrow, lined with trees, have grassy mediums and some are cobblestones. We found a street that led down to the water front that was paved with ballast stones from the sailing ship of bygone times. That road was very steep and needless to say, bumpy, go 2 mph bumpy, shake the windows bumpy, but we overcame. At ...
... in the filtering sunlight of late afternoon. With us watching her every movement, she had free rein of the campsite. No chance of her running off from this spot [thank goodness]. On another sunny afternoon we hiked the longest trail offered within the Park, it led out to the marshland tidal flats and through the mature slash pine stands. Within the deep pine forest there was an area that still had redoubts [trenches], constructed by the Confederate ...
... Savannah Old Town Trolley car for a day of 'hop on, hop off' exploration.
Fortunately today, the weather conditions were much improved. It was only 29 deg C and the humidity had dropped significantly to 98%! This is a pretty brutal place. The upside is that plants love it and everything is green!
Let's cover some key facts...Savannah is the 13th and last colony and fourth State of the USA. It has the ...
... parts. We next headed into Colonial Park Cemetary, where we played with some Spanish moss that had fallen from the trees. The cemetary was lovely, ery well maintained and pretty, and there were a few people wandering through in the sunshine. We left and headed back through a residential area on the way to the car park as the sun began to set - the houses were absolutely stunning, with lots of wrought ironwork decoration, wooden shutters and flags. ...
... If they woke up they could ring the bell, hence the saying 'saved by the bell' and dead ringers' .
The tour got scarier as we went along, with an added highlight with the guide telling a fresh story for us never before told as it only happened the night before. We got to a spot where he said a dark man was walking toward the group on the other side of the road, but then we looked again he vanished into thin air. He stopped the group at the exact spot. ...