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18th to 19th June 2013 We arrive in Savannah early afternoon and its like you have been transported back in time to the 1920's. The city is beautiful and full of historic buildings, our hotel has a real colonial feel, it's cool. The temperature here is in the high 90's so we hit the bar for a couple of cold ones before heading out for a look round …
Selbst das Navi scheint sich zu langweilen: „Biegen Sie in 327 Kilometern rechts ab.“ Wir sind auf dem Weg nach Savannah, Georgias Gründungsstadt an der Küste. Im Reiseführer hieß es „...in der Nähe von Atlanta...“, in der Realität heißt das vier Stunden geradeaus fahren und im Radio läuft nur Country-Musik und Schweinerock …
Day 8 -
North Myrtle Beach to Savannah Georgia (Our 8th State)
Stats - 420 KM & 6 Hrs. in car.
We had an uneventful departure from North Myrtle little traffic 'til we got to Charleston, SC. This is Mini-golf country around here, from Virginia Beach …
We explored Beaufort SC very briefly and had yummy breakfast. There was an inordinate amount of British folk in the town, but we could never figure out why. It is one of the mysteries of Beaufort. We also sampled wine from an SC winery, which was not good. We then left to head back to Savannah. We drove out to Tybee Island to try and go kayaking. …
... He pulls up just as the house comes into view. He stands up, turns around and gestures widely.
"This is the slay-ves ceme-tary", he explains, sits down and the tractor and cart pull away. We circle the house without further comment from Joe, who points out the owners’ cemetery on the way back.
At eight o’clock in the evening Joe is still bustling about. Refilling gas bottles. Spraying a a small section of lawn where someone claims to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
We had a lovely night in the Marshall House. It's an old hotel which has been beautifully renewed. We were in a small room (Mini-suite or JR Suite?), but for the price who cares! Less than any of the chain hotels (with included evening wine & cheese and morning breakfast with hot items.) Attentive service, parking extra. Would definitely recommend to friends.
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