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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... corner. So we drove to River Road and found the Shrimp Factory. Shirley initially thought she would get a fried shrimp po-boy, but opted to get their fried shrimp plate since it was the same thing without the bread. The slaw was seasoned just right, the hush puppies were fried to a dark crust, and the shrimp were lightly battered and fried just right. I could not decide if I should get their shrimp and grits or their shrimp ...
Yesterday, we transitioned back toward the coast and to the Savannah, GA area.
Today, we drove out to Tybee Island, where we had tried to make reservations, but they were booked up due to the events going on during the Columbus Day weekend.
We first drove to their 160 foot lighthouse – the tallest lighthouse in Georgia. The present lighthouse is the fourth Tybee Island lighthouse. ...
Does Savannah conjure images of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", or Paula Deen's unabashed southern cooking; maybe it's a lyrical memory of a Jimmy Buffett song, perhaps Forrest Gump eating chocolates and waiting for his bus or even civil war reenactments. Whatever comes to mind, Savannah is one of those highly romanticized cities and for good reason. Everyone falls in love with Savannah in their own way. In short, it's a city for everyone. From ...
... the tasting tour. Then with 3 mins to go Steve looks at me directly and rather assertively says - I want to go on the tasting tour (it's 9:30 am and I think you can tell we both like our alcohol :-)). So tasting tour it was and a quick wander to Lynchburg to the general store. We both want a barrel, a full one (~ $9000) or an empty one (~$300) but the shipping is extortionate. So we settle for a Cook book. All the rest is fairly tacky ( or it looks it because we are ...
... have great trees and wonderful walkways featuring the intermittent park bench. There is also a much larger beautiful park called Forsyth park which is still in easy walking distance from anywhere in the historic district. The touristy area or the historic district is relatively small bordered on one side by the river and on the other by Forsyth park.