17 Hundred 90 Inn

Address: 307 East President Street, Savannah, Georgia Coast, Georgia, 31401, United States | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located in the Downtown Savannah area of Savannah, is near Owens-Thomas House, Architectural Tours of Savannah, Savannah Walks, and 17Hundred90 Inn.
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    Travel Blogs from Savannah

    Lighthouse, Dolphins, Savannah and Theater

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 24, 2015

    1 comment, 52 photos

    ... and Nick weren’t interested in touring the house so they sat on the square while we took the 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 ...

    Hot days and balmy evenings

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jul 03, 2014

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... 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 & ...

    Steam boats and Cotton warehouses

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 21, 2014

    17 photos

    We continued our East Coast journey through the low country. Our first stop was Charles Pinckney's plantation. Charles Pinckney was born into a prominent Charleston family in 1757. His father, a wealthy planter and attorney was also commanding officer of the local militia, a member of the General assembly, and, in 1775 President of the South Carolina Provincial Congress. The Pinckney's were part of Charleston's social elite.
    Charles's career of public service started in 1779 at ...

    2nd Time I've Seen The 2nd Largest Celebration...

    A travel blog entry by rplester on Mar 17, 2014

    7 photos

    ... just in time to miss all of the St. Patrick's day parade (claimed to be the United States' second largest). But just in time to see the after effects of a raucous morning party and with enough daylight left to celebrate with some old friends (Hi John, LoPo and Connor!). The outdoor party in Savannah had a lot of green in the crowd and I had my first green beer... Tastes about the same as non-green beer though. The live music was less ...

    Sunshine state with Georgia on our minds...

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 14, 2014

    10 photos

    ... parts. We next headed into Colonial Park Cemetary, where we played with some Spanish moss that had fallen from the trees. The cemetary was lovely, ery well maintained and pretty, and there were a few people wandering through in the sunshine. We left and headed back through a residential area on the way to the car park as the sun began to set - the houses were absolutely stunning, with lots of wrought ironwork decoration, wooden shutters and flags. ...