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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A beautiful sunny day in Tallahassee, Florida. 75 degrees F. We are off to Savannah, Georgia today on the road today at our usual time of 8:30 a.m. After our usual morning routines we decided to make reservations at the Savannah RV park and check to see what the weather was like there. In their beautiful southern draw "sunny with a nice breeze". Just missed a perfect photo of the Suwannee River sign complete with the musical notes. Luckily ...
... slavery. The tour brought out the juxtaposition of life for the free and wealthy as opposed to the enslaved and poor. By the time we walked back to the hotel, the temperature was quite warm.
Dinner and evening entertainment were combined as we visited Chef Darin's Kitchen Table. Here we had a low ...
... America (true story!).
At the end of the tour, we stopped at Leopold's ice creamery (a local institution), where Ted had a strawberry cone whilst I had an affogato. Even though I'm supposed to be dairy free, I made an exception. It was about this time that we realised we'd forgotten to tip our guide. Well, we'll have to make sure we right a good review on TripAdvisor! We also passed Savannah Dan leading a tour group on the way back: ...
... squares. I wish Hickory, NC was laid out so simply!
Before leaving Savannah, we at at Lady & Sons--Paula Dean's Restaurant. We ate buffet with fried chicken, cornbread, collard greens, peas, and I can't remember what all other wonderful delectables, but everything was definitely delicious! It was heavy, though, so we were all glad to be getting back on the bus after a bit of a walk through Savannah!
... Atlanticus - couldn't even fit it all in the frame.
Our route today took us in (what must be) the back way to Savannah. It was rush hour and yet we had NO traffic all the way to town and over the big bridge over the Savannah River, and right to the historic downtown where our hotel was. We were staying at the Marshall House for a night. A neat old (1851!) small hotel, where we had a 'mini-suite' for ...