Sleep Inn & Suites Pooler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... a while we decided to rent an umbrella and chairs on the beach... much cooler down there, and finished the day there.
We decided to give Sea Shack another try, but we went early. We arrived at 4:50 (they open at 5:00) to a line and had to wait an hour to get in. Small place that only let's enough in to match the open tables. Order at the counter and then go ...
... guide. Many of the old houses (60 in total) have been adopted by SCAD - Savannah College of Art and Design- which seems partly responsible for the city's regeneration, together with donations of beautiful mansions to the state by wealthy Women, fo Museums and Art galleries. I understood better how this came to pass when a guide explained that women with a wealthy inheritance could own and ...
Yesterday there wasn't really much to report to be honest. I had cornflakes for breakfast cause it was that stupid syrup French toast on offer again. While we were in breakfast we had our 3rd thunder and lightening storm of the week, so while we waited for it to calm we were given a crash course in days off and nights out. I've got Thursdays off with almost all the other internationals so it Will be quite ...
... blue chevy camp van with no air conditioning. Trips on a budget, information about our destinations, great things we used, things we forgot and many other things that are useful. Including places we stopped along the way that we didn't expect or plan and were "wowed" by. Gotta go, time to journey out. Remember life is not about the destination, it's the journey. No matter where you travel. ...
... green space, historical statues and benches. As well, the buildings in sight are all beautiful. It`s hard not to stop and stare at something, or relax on a bench and take it all in. From memory I think the mayor of Savannah gave the city up during the Revolutionary (?!??) War, and gave the British the run of the city, to prevent it being destroyed. 250 years later, I can only say "Good move Mayor!!" We walked up to Leopold's ...