Value Place Savannah Garden City, GA
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Garden City
On the road again following our Christmas hiatus, and enjoying the seafood at Tubby's on the river near Savannah. S is picturesque as ever and well worth a stop if you can find a place to park. The 70 degree day brought out a hoard of other tourists. Now it's time to fix up and restock the camper at Gary's in Statsboro and then head for the music scene in ...
... was all decked out!
The city's waterfront is a good day tour, checking out the old buildings that have now be remodeled into coffee shops, nut shops and jewelry stores. With boats on the river and a trolley going down the old cobble street road you do feel like you are "somewhat" back in time.
We went on a tour of the Owens-Thomas House which is considered by architectural historians to be one ...
... to be desired) touristy restaurants and attractions are best.
After lunch we toured Tybee Island a bit. It was ok. It reminded me of a run-down southern New Jersey shore town. But that may just be that low country culture everyone talks about. We stopped at Fort Pulaski on the way back to the mainland, a National Monument that preserves a Revolutionary/Civil War fort. The Fort itself was an amazing piece of construction with multiple moats to gain entrance and ...
... our date in the big blue camp van I didn't know whether to laugh or pretend not to see him and keep driving. His kayak matched almost perfect. I laughed and got in. He feared I may react by leaving. No way. I liked this guy. He made me smile. That's how our story began. A story of two people that found each other, fell in love, and planned to set off on as many adventures as we could afford ...
... away from Grandma and woke us up. So I got up and took the kids for a golf cart ride with Grandma where we spotted three alligators. When we came back from the golf cart ride, Grandpa, Alison, and I loaded up the kids and took them to the playground. The playground had a rope net to climb, a double decker tree house, two swings, two sea saws, a tire swing, and a kick boxing bag. The kids used the tree house as a ship to avoid the ...
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations