SpringHill Suites Savannah I-95 South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it does to pay for a camp spot and use their electricity.
We had just passed a KOA but as we passed I noticed that it was a rather small driveway getting in and I didn’t think we could make the turn. Cheryl called a few other places but, of course, they were all full. One lady suggested a place called Sunshine RV Park, as she had already called around and thought they had spaces left.
Cheryl called and spoke with a lady with a very ...
... miles from the city. LONG pull-throughs.
Savannah is a great touring and walking city. We enjoyed it much.
Steve and Kim
Savannah’s Architectural Styles
In a study published by the Savannah Historic Foundation, one of the most ...
... learned a bunch. Live Oaks are oak trees that have leaves all year round: as they shed their leaves, new ones grow back right away. Most of the live oaks on this property are hundreds of years old and covered in the beautiful Spanish moss and a plant called a "resurrection fern". The fern gets its name because during dry spells the fern actually shrivels and turns brown, until the rain comes and they “resurrect” back to full green blooming ferns. ...
... found our B&B. Bec went to check us in and met the house Labradoodle, and beautiful big playful fellow called Buelli. Went down stairs to our digs and found a nice little unit set up. Unpacked the car for what seemed like the 35th time and headed out for the afternoon.
We had used the Tourist trolley in both Boston and Washington to much success, so we will be utilising them in Savannah. We decided to get on one this ...
... it was incredibly too familiar...we were back at the same bus stop I had just got on at half an hour ago...the bus was going in circles!!! With only 1 bus every 2 hours and the last bus supposedly already passed I crossed my fingers we were actually headed for home this time.
About 40 minutes later we finally arrived and, relieved, I scurried home! The next morning I had a 7am bus back to Charleston in preparation for my flight to New Orleans