Super 8 Savannah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Being surrounded by history is what the Savannah experience is all about. On River Street you walk on history. It is here that the cobblestones, set in place more than 200 years ago, still remain, shiny and smooth from weathering, from horse hoaves to trolley wheels, train tracks to footsteps. They were once used as ballasts in the seafaring vessels, as the ships reached Savannah shores, the stones were offloaded, paving the way to a modern day ...
... are purchased which was once a superintendent's cottage built in 1917 and restored to its original state in 1997. Sheree sat in the motorhome and continued to gaze down the long allee of over 400 arching live oak trees hung with Spanish moss, making a soft green tunnel. They were planted to commemorate the birth of a son that would be an heir to take over the plantation a couple of hundred years before. Sheree thought this looked ...
... It was quite a nice drive.
Arriving into town, we knew we had made a change in scenery from Florida. The streets here in Savannah are gorgeous ; more about that later. The population here is 150,000.
We checked in at our hotel The "Thunderbird Inn." This is a very retro/bohemian hotel and attracts a lot of young backpackers and hippies. It's nice and clean and has all the amenities we could need.
We couldn't wait to explore ...
... with pictures as the menu. Loved it! Great food and great service. Caragh seems to be winning the "most interesting accent" tally wherever we go. TV and news all spruiking tomorrow as a record breaking cold day. We must be some sort of weather-God family. Looking to get more of a taste of antebellum mansions along the way, but fewer and further between than we imagined. Many burnt down in war. Here's ...
... is going to A&M next year (but not in the corps). They (Aggies) are everywhere!!!! We went back to the hotel and Colton went back out for karaoke and other fun.
Tuesday 7/9 Easy morning, then out to find lunch. We ate at Kayak Kafe, only salads because we had plans to go to Lady and Sons (Paula Deen's place) later for dinner at 4:30pm, and wanted to make sure we had a good appetite at that time. We walked over ...