Savannah - Days Inn Airport Entrance
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... It worked for us. Besides, one of the reviews Cheryl read online kind of said the same thing.
We saw the sign and pulled off onto the shoulder just past the entrance. As we drove by we could see that it was really small. I’m not sure how you verify that it really is the smallest, but it was small enough to be interesting to look at.
We walked up with Harley and three mature ladies, who were seated on benches outside the front door ...
We spent four days in Savannah, Georgia touring around the Historic District, an area 2.5 miles square, the largest such district in the U.S. (geez, I sound like a travel brochure). It's really a lovely area with all unique architecture.
Savannah is the oldest city in the U.S. state of Georgia and the county seat of ...
... walk from here. As we left the B&B, we got a little shower which was cool and cooling. But the more we walked, the heavier it got, until it was pouring when we got to the shop. As usual, there was a line out the front which took us 15 minutes to get to the front of. After walking in the rain and a 15 minute wait, this ice cream had to be the best we'd ever had. Now, I'm no ice cream expert, but Ben and Jerry's was better than ...
... amp; said the branch was really heavy, it would have done a lot of damage had it hit a car. We were lucky because we had followed the guide book to detour off the road to look at some old shacks that were still there that were supposedly still occupied by descendants from the original slaves but now fish for shrimp & crawfish. There's logging everywhere, whole areas of forest are being cleared, I guess for housing or shopping malls. Arrive at Savannah ...
... bus, on a Sunday...it would be much more of an adventure! The bus out arrived on time and the driver was super friendly and helpful, letting me know when to get off and where to catch the return bus. They only ran every 2 hours and the last one would be at 5pm so I had to make sure I was back on time. From the bus stop it was a 20 minute walk to the entrance of the plantation along a fairly busy road and with no pavement to speak of...who ...