Super 8 Savannah
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... like to live there over 400 years ago. We were fortunate to be there for firing exhibitions of old musket type rifles and a cannon firing from one of the bastions. St Augustine is the oldest continuously-inhabited settlement and port in the Continental United States. We happened to be visiting while St Augustine was celebrating its 450th birthday!
Fort Matanzas National Monument, St. Augustine, Florida. Since its founding ...
... for suspicious baggage" reports over the intercom and he started freaking out. Classic! We are going to have a great time! 10:34 pm...still at the gate, on the plane, patiently waiting while the freezing cold, idiot crew gets there stuff together in the 3 degree New York temperatures. ...
... the local visiting centre and got some ideas for our time here. We ventured back to the hotel and I got some rest while the others hit the pool with drinks and beats. That night we went out for a buffet dinner and then had a ghost tour. We went to numerous places where "paranormal activity" had been found and places had closed because of it. Some of the stories were super spooky but we didn't get to ...
The next morning we drove over to take a few pictures in Bonaventure Cemetery, where we easily could have spent a few more hours but our stomachs had other intentions.
We headed south for for Montgomery, making a stop at Bay South in Brooklet, GA for a three-course $6.95 lunch. Our bubbly waitress was southern sweet but couldn't remember our orders to save her life (yes, we KNOW we have fried ...
... city's historic district. Savannah managed to escape destruction during the American Civil War due to some crafty diplomacy.
I will not bore you with too many details but Wright Square was one of our favorite squares. It was the second one built by Oglethorpe. It has a memorial to Tomochichi, who was the chief of the Yamacraw tribe. Oglethorpe and Tomochichi worked together for the good of both ...