Sleep Inn I 95 North Savannah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
Both Bruce and I visited with Brenda this morning. Then we went in to see Gary at The Goldsmith shop. I found a Belle'etoile bracelet, earrings and ring. Gary is ordering me a size 10 ring and is trying to fix my watch. Bruce found a beautiful black diamond necklace with a white diamond pendant for Cheryl' retirement gift. Gary ...
... with pavlova! She married a Savannah man who lost his wife years ago. They both have children and she loves his kids like her own. She has been out here for three years and hasn't been home. She is an intelligent woman who left a corporate lifestyle. She was one of the high managers who received dividends in the profit of Optus and then IT in Dimension Data. She is very successful here with her company and looks like a very savvy lady who would be good to work for. ...
... a while back, I had expected a little more sophistication, like Charleston. It has every possible tourist transportation you can imagine. Horse and cart, open sided trolleys, Hearst doing the ghost trips, multi purpose boozy bicycle (which consists of 8 cyclist either side of a tram cycling like mad with someone steering in front) and many more! We've tried a few of them! The temperature by the way here is in the 30's and the humidity very ...
... starting place and got off to explore the remaining part of the museum on foot.
Dario and I absolutely loved seeing the old engine cars that they had displayed. As tourists, we could go inside the cars and there would be details explaining what the cars were used for. Some were for business meetings, some were sleeper cars, passenger cars, and cars used for hauling fruits and vegetables. I got some great pictures of the restored and unrestored ...