Wingate by Wyndham Savannah
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWingate by Wyndham Savannah
Stayed at this hotel last night and the staff was excellent allowing my friend and I to park our motorcycles right under canopy at the entrance.
The room was clean, bed was comfortable, and overall very satisfied with our stay.
This hotel is located close to I-95 and many places to choose where to eat.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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I was awake early again and so was Larry, so we had a leisurely time getting packed and ready to go. Breakfast was the buffet again. I had fruit, eggs and sausage. Larry had eggs, sausage gravy and biscuits. We left at 8:45 and headed toward Charleston Tea Plantation, the only Tea Plantation in North America. We drove across St. James Island and St. Johns Island which were pretty much like suburbia. When we crossed the river to ...
... are over 4,000 roses, 4000 azaleas and a well stocked butterfly house - also incorporating a 3 acre childrens play/ garden. Although much or the pathways were shaded with the canopy of high old trees, the air was still hot and humid. By mid afternoon we were ready to get back to the air conditioned car and take to the busy motorways to find our way to Virginia Beach.
We were too late for the Aquarium, however were allowed ...
... at the Super 8 motel to cool off from our room that felt like a sauna. The receptionist guaranteed that it would be icy cold by the time we got back from Savannah. Headed for the ancient city of Savannah, our motel was a 20 minute drive out. Famous for its Hollywood appearances including many scenes from Forrest Gump, Savannah was the British Empire's first proper settlement with rich architecture and famous for a unique Civil War site. The town was given ...
... a park where the Battle of Savannah occurred in 1779.
On Friday, March 21st, we did a 10 km historic volkswalk. The walk starts at the Savannah History Museum and Visitors Center, a block from our hotel, which was originally the passenger station of the Central of Georgia Railroad. It is a top 10 volkswalk and a must do. It took us over three hours and we visited most of the 22 city squares, designed by General James Oglethorpe, and ...
... walk. The cobble stone street and the disused railway line were very fitting. It was a bit touristy, but hey, that's what we are, right? Massive container ships where passing by us on the river. It made us think whether the boat was headed to the Panama Canal.... At that moment the umbrellas came in very handy, as the rain began to pound down. Proper chubby rain, as I like to call it. We stood under a tree and waited for it to pass, which probably only took about 15 minutes.. ...