Dresser Palmer House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Dresser Palmer House Savannah
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... groups of blacks and whites at their own tables, but there is also friendly and apparently normal interaction amongst them. There is noticeable socio-economic division…McDonalds workers are almost all black and road crews will have black laborers, but more white operating the machines. Memphis particularly seemed well integrated, but it still remains to be seen how it is in this deep south. There certainly is not a black face to be seen ...
We rode by the house and the attorney's office that were significant in the book, The Garden of Good and Evil. I read the book years ago but can't really remember any of it so may try to re-read it since I can now picture the places where the events occurred.
We got off the trolley and walked to the Mickva Israel Synagogue. We caught the tail end of a tour so we listened to that and then went into the "chapel" - not sure what ...
... miles throughout the historic district , saw Mercer house, walked down to the river, then it was time to retrieve CharLi, our motorhome. Short daylight hours and we wanted to get re-parked before dark. All was well so we headed back to the RV park late in the day, first stopping to refuel ($2.59 for regular). Spent a quiet evening at home because it was so cold. But I did go back to Sweet Spice for takeout dinner of comfort food. The rest will be lunch on our 450 mile ...
... that, we were in the middle of the beautiful New Teakettle River. And within a very few minutes, low tide was upon us and our stern was in mud! Unless you have experienced it, you cannot believe how quickly these tides shift. We scrambled to the bow and tried to pull on the anchor rope to reduce the scope and swing. Given that Calliope weighs 66 tons, you can guess how much we moved. Not much. But, by the time we had worn ourselves out pulling on the anchor line, the tide had risen and ...
... a public place??
Went to a fancy restaurant in a really old building, sat in the basement bar room and talked with and watched Southern women. Had two glasses of wine with a small appetizer and when I got up I figured out quickly that I was not going to driving for a bit, even walking had its challenges here and there on the cobble stone streets and steep stairs. So headed to the river front, wandered in and out of stores and sat by the river. ...