TownePlace Suites Savannah Midtown
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... and Nick weren’t interested in touring the house so they sat on the square while we took the ½ hour tour of the Andrew Low House. Andrew Low was the father-in-law of Juliette Gordon Low who founded the Girl Scouts in the US. She inherited the house and was the last occupant dying there in 1927. The house was then taken over for preservation. In the carriage house behind the house was the first headquarters for the ...
... under the water ....each 1.6 kms long to allow shipping to pass over the top.
Very interesting information on www.cbbt.com/facts.html Including 4 Islands of 5.25 acres had to be formed to locate each end of the tunnels. (David you will just love this site).
Once over the bridge we were in Virginia and our base for 3 nights /2 days - Norfolk.... where previous homeexchange friends were meeting us. Glenna & ...
... of 21. He took active part in the debates regarding the Constitution, and, on May 23rd 1788 he used an inked feather to sign the Constitution.
The house on the property isn't the original, built in 1820 its a beautiful farm cottage and shows the more classic style of a farm home in the 18th century.
The Pinckney family owned Snee Farm for more than 60 years, until 1817, when it was sold to satisfy debts. It was known as Charles's favourite among his seven plantations, ...
... US geography as well as a bit about each state s/he traveled in. We are the lucky caretakers of one of these travel mates and her name is Chantee. She is going with us everywhere!
It was a LONG drive from Asheville to Florida (10 hours in the RV), but very cool to see spring appear the further south we drove - trees leafed out and flowers in bloom. To go along with this, the temperature rose steadily from a chilly spring 45 in ...
... that ensued, the book paints a colourful picture of the city and its sights and the description of Bonaventure Cemetery particularly caught my imagination. My host duly drove around the huge cemetery which was once a plantation and it was one of the most beautiful, peaceful places I've ever been, lined with endless avenues of azaleas, camellias and of course the Spanish moss draped trees. Of course the wealthy Savannah families had all tried to outdo each other ...