Value Place Savannah Garden City, GA
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... a 17" necklace as the 15.5" was too snug on me. We ate lunch at The Market Street Cafe and took Gary a Greek salad. Then went back to Fronczak's and Bruce washed Our V. We all went out to dinner to The Olde Dispensary in Bluffton. Excellent burgers, brussetta, and bang bang shrimp! My capresse burger was perfectly done at med ...
... rule by buying books and taking up room. We walked through the city markets as well and took a photo of the shops getting ready for Halloween. Final stop before going back to the hotel was at Paula Deen shop. I bought her cookbook for myself and Becca. The lady remembers me from yesterday and we used our 10% voucher there too. The books are signed which is really nice for prosperity. Back to the hotel to dump our wares and scratch our balls. We wanted to go back to ...
... houses in Georgian history. There was the first house to have electricity, the spot where Forest Gump sat to tell his story, as well as so many beautiful houses. We also saw the small house that is own by the Savannah Historical Society, which runs who can do what to their houses, in order to maintain the historical look.
There are a lot of squares in Savannah which have the big trees and everything, and each of them are in ...
... them. This avenue is 1 mile in length. Stunning Stunning Stunning!!! Noble Jones lived there with his family along with maybe another dozen families made up of soldiers and servants. We had a guided tour there. There are only ruins of the house left and even the bodies of the dead including Noble Jones were moved to another cemetery as the water level on the property can rise with high tides. It was a great tour. Also this property was used as ...
... is full of oak trees and Spanish moss hangs from them. Spanish moss is a signature sight in Savannah more than any other place…it is everywhere!!! But it makes for a very pretty town because of it! You can imagine being in your own romance novel just walking through streets like this.
I then drove into historic Savannah and found my Inn. I was staying on the river at the Olde Harbor Inn. It was a cute place. It had a kitchen, a lounge area and a ...