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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... got ice cream for or lunch. I had praline and Larry had apple crisp. We stopped in a few shops and then ran into Lynn and Nick who were headed in the same direction we were so we went together.
At the end of the River Walk is a statue of The Waving Woman. She was legendary in the 1800’s for waving her apron at all the returning ships. We walked up a set of stairs up to Bay Street and headed for St. John ...
... just in time to miss all of the St. Patrick's day parade (claimed to be the United States' second largest). But just in time to see the after effects of a raucous morning party and with enough daylight left to celebrate with some old friends (Hi John, LoPo and Connor!). The outdoor party in Savannah had a lot of green in the crowd and I had my first green beer... Tastes about the same as non-green beer though. The live music was less ...
We learned that she started calling her parents
by their first names when she was six and that she trained chickens to
walk backwards! And that she was one sassy young lady! The sad part of
her story is that O'Connor died of cancer (lupus, I think it was) at a
fairly young age.
We had a group picture taken on her front steps. Several of us bought t-shirts or copies ...
... I paid the extra $20 to get a room on the river side it was worth it! I`m going to do a separate post on hotels, so that`s it for now.
We walked the length and breadth of the historic district today and our opinion hasn't changed. Savannah is the prettiest city we have seen in North America. The Antebellum architecture, squares, trees, everything.
At the centre of every 4 city blocks there is a square, which is a small ...
... ever played so far. Deep and tall piney woods lined the fairways and there were no houses along the fairways or greens. Many of the other trees had the spanish moss hanging thickly. There was ************e playing the course at that time. The temperature was extremely hot... 100 degrees plus, like 104 I believe, and very humid. It was dangerously hot and I was lucky not to faint. ...