SpringHill Suites Savannah I-95 South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were not very many people there. Tracy and I shared an Almond Joy martini and watermelon lemondrop martini. The Almond Joy martini actually came with an Almond Joy on it and the watermelon lemondrop martini came with a watermelon blow pop inside of it. The were both super delicious! For dinner we went to Sisters of the South. We both got vegetarian platters. Tracy got collard greens, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and gravy, and fried okra. I ...
... the old port of Savannah. What a neat old town, we strolled around the cobbled streets & harbour where cotton was first shipped to England in 1764. For almost a century world cotton prices were set at the Cotton Exchange on River Street. This photo is the back of the Cotton Exchange where you can just imagine the cobble stoned ramps bustling with activity, loading the ships for export.
... are made special by line after line of oak trees drooping with Spanish moss and after strolling round for a few hours we were coerced into heading back by an incoming storm. We then got ready and headed out for a long night which ended up spanning across two states- a very funny evening! Waking up late the next day we relaxed at the hostel and made food and decided ...
... Flagler. The road was lovely; there were lots of beautiful beach houses in different styles, and there were bars and shops (not open as it was so early!) which had a surfy vibe. We also drove past loads on bikers on motorcycles, heading into Orlando for 'Bike Week'. St Augustine is a really cute old Spanish town which you get to by driving over a bridge with a big old pirate galley next to it. We visited the Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest stone fort ...
... of the best places on the entire trip.
I headed out for my solo evening of football as the girls got ready to do some upscale dining followed by a haunted walking tour. I headed over to JJ Bonerz and secured my seat at the bar, confident in a win against the Cutler-less Chicago Bears.
This confidence was short lived, however, when Rodgers was sacked in the first few minutes and sustained a collar bone injury that would take him ...