Staybridge Suites Savannah Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... salad sandwich on really good rye bread and Larry had ham and Swiss on white. We both had chips and pickles that tastes homemade. For dessert we had a brownie. Of course they served sweet tea which I couldn't drink.
After we got back on the bus Mark announced he had a surprise for us. We were going to a Firefly Distillary not far away for a tasting. This was a spur of the moment decision as we were running ahead of ...
... it. "Lily" was very knowledgeable to say the least.
After the ride we came on back to the campground. Since we will be leaving here and going to Raleigh to Bill Plemmons to leave the RV (more phone calls that took up our morning) we discussed whether to go straight to Raleigh on Wednesday or go half way and spend the night and go on into Raleigh on Thursday. Going to Raleigh on Wednesday and then to Kinston to a ...
... of the game and exhaust fumes overwhelm pretty much everything, it's just plain hot. Nothing sexy to see here. Summer in the South. Nothing like it.
Travel today was fairly uneventful. In our world. uneventful is a damn good thing. Yes, we got a late start -- but to know us is to know that a late start leaving is really an on-time start. I'd like to think that I was a little more judicious in what I packed, ...
... waterfront Maritime science centre), with the mighty battleship WISCONSIN moored right alongside. This ship is 887 feet long (3 football fields) and literally a 'city at sea', with a crew of nearly 3,000 men during her heyday in WW2. The largest guns ever made in US warfare-each barrel 64 feet long , with 69 anti-aircraft positions of fire around the ship. Wisconsin served in WW2, Korean war, Desert Storm (Iraq 1961) and Kuwait ...
... On our second day in Savannah we managed to meet a number other Australians with interesting stories. Visiting a beautiful historic home which is now a museum - the Telfair Academy, one of the attendants recognised our accents and told us about a coffee place owned by an Australian. And of course you know that a coffee place is always of great interest so we (Helen,Clive, Chris and Richard) headed there to check it out. Lori is the owner, she is Australian, ...