Springhill Suites by Marriott Savannah Midtown
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... greens, macaroni and cheese, squash, and yellow rice. I also got the banana pudding for dessert. Everything was fantastic! I wish this restaurant existed in Tampa so I could have it on a weekly basis. We were going to go to the Lady and Sons. I am so happy that we made this choice instead. We have been enjoying our time in Savannah and are not looking forward to tomorrow being our last day. However, we are happy to be going home to our babies because we miss ...
Savannah's Squares scattered throughout the Historic District are really unique & kudos to city planners when the city was founded who incorporated miniature parks into the city grid plan. The 22 squares, some with monuments, others have fountains must look really pretty in the summer months.
We got to Charleston and ITS HOT!!!!! Amazing. We stayed in a double porched 1850's house. All I needed was a rocking chair & a guitar to perfect it. Charleston is stunning, especially in the sunshine. The historic district is full of absolutely gorgeous 19th century houses painted in beautiful colours with big shuttered widows & porches. And it's hot, did I mention? About 24 degrees. I somehow managed to eat shrimp & grits pretty much the whole time we were there. Grits are ...
... so they decided to display them along the brick wall in the back of the cemetery, lest they not be forgotten.
I had a truly memorable trip through Savannah's historic district, but I did have a 3.5 hour drive ahead of me, so I called it a day and rode the trolley back to the visitors center. On my way out of town, I took the ginormous bridge (its so tall my ears popped) over the Savannah River and looked back on my day as I drove back into South ...
... thought we should have received during the tour of the house and then we also realized that the house tour we had didn't live up to the hype of their brochure at all. What a disappointment there.
Our Ghost tour guide was not a Savannah resident. She was from Texas and just here for the summer, hired to do a job. Maybe that was part of her presentation but it was ...