Dresser Palmer House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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like a biscuit mix I couldn't wait to taste it - it was much flakier than I anticipated!! Leaving a
few dollars at the store we took a #41 Charleston city bus out to the suburbs not as interesting
as we had hoped - the route was primarily along a busy business route - shopping centres, emergency care clinics and veterinarian clinics!!
Wednesday - was plantation day - Middleton and Magnolia -- ...
... many many different movies shot in town, and he pointed out the places where they were filmed. The roads are narrow, lined with trees, have grassy mediums and some are cobblestones. We found a street that led down to the water front that was paved with ballast stones from the sailing ship of bygone times. That road was very steep and needless to say, bumpy, go 2 mph bumpy, shake the windows bumpy, but we overcame. At ...
... see the pilots training in their helicopters.
We got to Savannah at lunch time so we all scattered around the city and got lunch. We met back at the hotel for an afternoon trolley tour of the city. Savannah is beautiful.
Its a very well planned out city and has a neat grid system for their streets with lots of squares at their intersections that have parks and some sort of memorial or ...
... about the barrel). So back on the road for the trek to Savannah. We took the advice of a local and avoided Atlanta - possibly a giant mistake as we ended up arriving at 11pm after having driven through the middle of nowhere. There were lots of 'murder barns' - you know the ones you always know something dodgy is happening. Steve misses both signs for Georgia and Tennessee and manages to get a rather fetching picture of the inside of the car, and one of me at the ...
... and Savannahs has its famous squares, but both those cities have fallen victim to property developers. Savannah has even destroyed its foreshore by putting up some Soviet-style concrete bunkers and dotted throughout its historic district are some appalling modern constructions. Housekeeping. Literally. Donors have contacted Mrs Henry and myself in their hundreds to inquire about the performance of the Egg and how Mrs Henry and myself cope in it. For a series ...