Foley House Inn
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... that would always be rung whenever there was a fire or emergency or when a town meeting was being called.
We got back on the trolley and went to Bay Street for lunch. We stopped in at Grill & Cantina. Beautiful food and massive margaritas. I needed a little help from Barry to finish this one.
After a long lunch, we went down to River Street to do some shopping. We found ...
... br> Our hotel is located at Ellis Square which is right in the heart of the city and just across the road from the river. Brilliant!! We can walk everywhere around town and if not, we have got a free ticket from the trolley tour to use for the rest of today and all tomorrow.
The trolley tour was seriously hot so we went back to the hotel to shower and change before going out for dinner.
... prop and we knew the strut was a temporary fix at best. So, we went to bed that night not knowing if we could make it to Savannah. We might leave only to have to turn around. The thought of turning around did not set well with First Mate as she dearly wanted to see her babies in Savannah, especially since three of them were making a special trip to be there. She would use a paddle to propel the boat if she had to. The Captain, however, was more practical and was adamant that we would not ...
... say that they didn't have any pot pies or anything much topical on order unless you count fun-sized margarita pitchers... which I do. An hour or two later it was safe to say that our day was just about over and that ended day one in Savannah.
Day two in Savannah started much like day two in NOLA... at about 2 PM. I decided to walk over to the Savannah History Museum and the Georgia Railroad Museum (the two facilities are ...
... I tried a cheese and egg biscuit for breakfast, at a blue and pink diner. A biscuit tastes something like a dessert scone but somehow the combination worked. After a four hour journey to Atlanta, Janos kindly dropped me off at the greyhound depot - over an hour diversion from his destination in Athens. Thank you Janos for the time we shared together and the subsequent memories of conversations and places - I will miss your ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFoley House Inn Savannah
After two different hotels (yes this was our third in one night), we finally found the Foley Inn. Pet friendly, great service, and reasonable stay.
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