Days Inn Savannah Airport
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... a bowl of it), and I had the Crispy Scored Flounder. The waiter told me how to eat it. I was told to eat the top flesh of the flounder to avoid the bones and then turn the flounder over to eat the bottom half. We announced to the waiter that it was Sonie’s birthday and so at the end of dinner, he brought out blackberries smothered in whip cream. We were able to walk back to the hotel with our full stomachs.
... We arrived just before noon and luckily were able to check in early. After unloading the car we headed down to Factor's Walk to seek some lunch. The Cotton Exchange was our restaurant of choice and it turned out to be a good one. We shared fried green tomatoes and a shrimp basket.
Ron & Gary spent some time winterizing their motorhome to get it ready for the long cold drive back to Calgary. We wished they were staying down here longer but it was time for them to set off on their new adventure. We waved them off and hoped the weather would be kind to them!!
... often to blame for many of the defaced tombstones, as the story goes there wasn't much else for them to do and boredom quickly took over. While you're here in Savannah, escape from the historic district to see more than just the tour book sights. Just a ten minute drive will take you out of downtown where you can find more home-style southern food. Try Sisters for some serious comfort food. Reminiscent of some of the soul food joints in New Orleans, this is ...
Savannah was beautiful and unlike any city that we had ever been to. It reminded me of all the movies or documentaries that depicted the old south. There is not necessarily a ton to do, it is more of a place to just be. There are boulevards in the middle of the streets with trees and flowers. There are all these beautiful little parks. They are like postage stamps every eighth of a mile whether you are traveling north-south or east-west. ...