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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Drove through WV, VA, NC, SC and am resting up in Savannah. Tried to find a couple trout streams in Virginia to no avail. Oh well, saw some beautiful scenery. Looking forward to seeing the most beautiful sight of my whole trip tomorrow(my wife)
... creole. I asked the waitress who recommended the shrimp and grits. I was glad she did as the meal was fantastic. We learned that the grits are slow cooked for several hours and then cream is added along with cheese to make them smooth and very tasty. A generous helping of shrimp were sautéed in a browned garlic butter c******nay sauce with green onions and tomatoes and served over the grits along with crumbled maple bacon. Yum, ...
... two were built on the beach and were destroyed due to erosion and sea surge during storms. The next lighthouse was built where the present lighthouse sits. It was destroyed during the Civil War, when Confederate troops set it on fire. The exterior was not damaged, but the interior stairs and supporting infrastructure were burned. After the Civil War, the Lighthouse Establishment began work on rebuilding ...
... We met a nice couple from Atlanta that were getting married at the Sweetwater brewery in Atlanta this Fall. We’ve definitely made a lot more friends and have had many conversations with people from the south; they are much friendlier and laid back.
We did a little shopping on the Riverwalk then next morning after breakfast at the inn and headed to our next destination: Tybee Island. Located only about 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee Island is a ...
... heads would explode in Durham!) onto the river front. We walked down by the Savannah River and watched as a huge cargo boat called the "King Rice" made its way out. Here we saw a small ship statue over a fountain, and the water had been dyed green for St. Patrick's Day - madness! Here we entered a food market opposite city hall and popped into a cool old sweet shop called "River Street Sweets Candy Store", where we watched a guy making salt water ...