Springhill Suites by Marriott Savannah Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... The family home is to the east of the beautiful road we drove in on but is not open to the public. As we were leaving we saw the film crew on their property setting up for the shoot that evening.
We walked the whole area and tried to imagine what it would have been like, but there were no fields of cotton or even grand houses to help visualize. There are only old graveyards, ruins of the house and a large area dedicated to ...
... We were intent on going to try some of the local crab, mainly to test out if Lois was okay to eat it, and for me to branch out my food horizons. We got there, and it was a really cool place, just set on the beach, all lit by fairy lights and decorated in true beach style. We sat down and ordered a crab, shrimps, and pulled pork as the safety option! Sadly we misread the menu and didn't get proper crab, but a massive crab ...
... me to stay. Chris parked the car while I got on line and I slowly noticed from hearing accents it was mostly local tourists, as in Southerners just not from Savannah. Hmmmm, might be alright after all.
After our Hot Doug’s queueing experience in Chicago we figured we’d be here for hours but then, about 20 people walked into the restaurant together and we moved up quite quickly. In the end we were only in the queue for about half an ...
... to. The majority of slaves would work in their spare time to buy their freedom and once they had managed to do this they were allowed to choose their own surname and go on their own way.
We drove into some of the graveyards where there were many headstones which only stated a first name, occasionally the owners would make a comment such as “the were loyal and hard working” but generally they were buried without a surname.
We passed by ...