Foley House Inn
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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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... squares in Savannah), cobbled streets, oak trees and towering old cotton warehouses. River street, along the Savannah River was a great place to people watch. The bars along there serve 'roadies', meaning you can ask for your drinks to take away. It was also the first time we saw southern stem boats, painted in classic white with red paddles.
Savannah also has the first African Baptist church, built in 1775.
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... get off and on at the same stop because it is too confusing to figure out where the trolley will stop. I am thinking, "What?? I think you are insulting my intelligence here. I know how these things work, I can figure this on and off stuff out....." Well, guess who won there!! Got off on stop 8 of 13 and could never figure out how to get back on the bus. Either didn't come soon enough, got bored and wandered off. Or I couldn't figure out where the ...
... many took photos and there was a general air of welcome. I stood on the bridge wing taking the salute and waving majestically. Well, somebody had to - the others were all busy.
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