Staybridge Suites Savannah Historic District
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I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone. The service was amazing and the room was lovely. Everyone was very friendly.
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... service and an inspiring way to begin Holy Week. We were very glad we went!
Back at the hotel we had leftover pizza and coffee for breakfast, very unusual for us. We were soon headed for Savannah and our second Road ...
It was a gorgeous but cold day so we went to Tybee Island to check out the lighthouse & warmed up by climbing 171 steps to the top for a fabulous view. You can also see the old Gun Battery below, built in 1899 it housed long-range guns & is now the Tybee Island museum. We made that our next stop, it was interesting to see how Tybee had changed over the ...
... our own room & really comfy beds. And a tv! We made the most of it. Savannah is a town set around beautiful squares- one of them was where the famous Forrest Gump's scene (life is like a box of chocolates) was filmed. Oh & the weathers amazing :) Best thing about the South is without doubt the accent. I'm gunna practise y'all. Just on a bus to Orlando (yes that's right wifi on Greyhound ad it actually works) then we have a week booked in an apartment at Clearwater Beach. Roll ...
... welcomed me on as the only solo passenger.
The tour was just over an hour and included some fun theatrical effects. Our tour guide, Elle, was delightful and brought us into each story with great enthusiasm. I really enjoyed it! I walked down River Street when the tour was done, stopped in for some ice cream and continued on back to the hotel.
I decided I wanted to get a nightcap, so I went to the bar at the hotel. Two other patrons were already at ...
... about the tour last night was a bit more information about some of the houses and the cemetery, which we were unable to enter - a big disappointment there to just stand outside and look into it - and a few good stories about former residents.
We did start and end on River Street which is an interesting street with lots of kitsy stores and restaurants. No peach cobbler though.