SpringHill Suites Savannah I-95 South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... kids. The mom is trying to be a tiger Mom with the daughter, but not so successfully with the young son.
We’re wooped with so much driving today – so we’re calling it a day early and zoning out in front of the TV.
... owned it and so when his son, George Jones took ownership after he died in 1804, the tabby house had been abandoned and deteriorated. He built a new, grand two story frame home about 1/2 a mile north of the original dwelling. Since it's construction, seven generations of Jones' have made this there home. In 1972, the family donated 822 acres on the Isle of Hope, including about 80 of the original acres of the plantation that included the ...
... deliciousness of the meatloaf I ate in Dallas (still a clear front runner for best meal I've eaten here) anyway we walk in dressed in daggy denim shorts and t-shirts and turns out this place is bloody swanky so I felt super underdressed but I ordered my meatloaf anyway which was good but still no Dallas meatloaf!! We walked off the lunch down the Main Street checking out the usual shops, urban outfitters, h&m and I'm still yet to really buy anything!! I ...
Savannah Georgia - what does it conjure up for you? Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil? Trees dripping with Spanish moss? Slavery and civil rights? A planned city with beautiful squares? Grits and shrimp? How y'all? Life is like a box of chocolates? (Forrest Gump) Well yes it is all of those and more.
And certainly that is what I love about travel but I also love those days when you meet really interesting people and you realise the world is a very ...
... with a helpful and friendly guide talking with that classic southern drawl about the various points of interest.
Wide boulevards and avenues lead you into the deep heart of the timeless south, to quiet squares and parks shaded by trees festooned with spanish moss. The mansions surrounding these squares are unchanged from the glory days of the confederacy and if a southern belle stepped from the interior of one of ...