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... the trolley here and walked around many of the streets looking at all the different houses.
This house has mirrors out the front. They were put there for when ladies visited, they could check their hoop dresses to make sure they were sitting perfectly before they entered the home.
Forsyth Park is where the locals still play all their sports, walk their dogs, go to concerts and just generally ...
... there was a few holes in the canvas awning, we better move inside. Just as we sat at our new table, there was a huge bolt of lightning and m************ of thunder and it was on. The wind started, the rain started and we had a full on storm. People out on the balcony scattered as they were getting soaked. By the time they were all settled inside, the storm was over. There was lots of puddles and little ...
... town, so we immediately put our runners on and went trekking around town.
Savannah was founded by Oglethorpe in 1733. He was a wise man and apparently a great surveyor too. He designed the layout of this city extremely efficiently, with absolutely no sacrifice of beauty. It is set out in a simple grid pattern with parks scattered strategically throughout the entire city. These parks are all gorgeous, and serve as a great traffic slower while ...
... meant to have 3 glasses for just a few dollars, despite it being included in the price ;-) then we went to Ye Old Pink house - yummy cocktails followed by a very squished wait for the table, the place was rammed! I'm not sure if it was the cocktails or the wine but we were asked if we would like to take travellers of the wine we had left- so go out so we can give the table to ...
... joggers as they do their rounds..... and comment on their fitness levels.... whilst we tuck into a good Southern breakfast. Riverfront Plaza All the many many historic houses The parks and squares Shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - all the houses and locations including the Mercer Williams house, Clarys Drugstore snd Diner, Lady Chablis former rersidence and the club she danced in. En route to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarshall House Savannah
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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