Staybridge Suites Savannah Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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 ...
... camping and re enacting. They have a recreated a one room house made of wattle and daub, with a sleeping loft, a chimney for cooking and heating and a dirt floor. It looks like pretty rustic living and made us appreciate our small cramped motorhome all the more. We have a bathroom.
Once we finished our exploration we headed to see if the Walmart nearby would be a good place to sleep. We found that it shared a parking lot with Sam's ...
... kinda defeated the objective, but we tried it, and it was okay at best. Anyway Lois enjoyed the shrimps, which I didn't really, so I finished off the pulled pork. It was bit of a disappointing meal compared to the look and feel of the place but never mind! The next day was our time to visit the town of Savannah. On our way to our parking spot, we let Paula Deen cross the road, which Lois was quite excited about as she has one ...
... some delicious cookies and the Savannah Bee Company. On the way home, we visited the beautiful cathedral of St John the Baptist. This church is stunning, with some amazing stained glass windows.
Once home, we rested our weary feet after over four hours of walking. In the evening, we drove to the Wholefoods food store for some light dinner food. Early to bed, as we all were quite exhausted. Off to Cocoa Beach, Florida tomorrow.
We are really enjoying the charm of the southern state cities and today we spent time in Savannah, Georgia. The city is known as the Hostess City of the South, welcoming visitors to its cobblestoned streets and unique coastal setting.
Sheltered beneath a thick canopy of live oak trees, dripping with Spanish moss, the city’s National Landmark Historic district showcases world class antebellum, Victorian, ...