Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn
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Waking up in Charleston South Carolina put a smile on my face. Throughout our trip we have heard such good things about the town. This was an unexpected turn in our itinerary, but an invited one as we both have heard such good things about Charleston. First we traveled to Battery Park which was on the Ashley River, downtown Charleston. Here early …
... We didn't stay in the room long as there was a wine and cheese reception downstairs. Larry got a Dos Equis Mexican beer and I got a glass of c******nay. We got crab dip, pita chips, other dips, cheese and veggies and sat with Lynn and Nick until it was time to go.
We got back on the bus and went to The Pirate's House for supper. We ate in the Ann Bonny Room. She was a famous pirate and Stephen had told us her story on the ...
... slide pulled out he thought it would be ok and we'd just keep the dining room slide in. If it's not comfortable we'll go on. We'll be staying at a campground that has a shuttle to downtown Savannah. More detail to come later. I called and made a two night reservation and then called Hardeeville RV and cancelled our reservation there.
Arrived a little after 3:00 and checked in. The girl in the office, Julia was very nice ...
... will have two other dogs to go bonkers with! Well, time to settle in, not the best parking lot to sleep at but oh well, beats the side of the road......5-0 always wake you up there...."You know, it's not safe to sleep here, you'll have to move" ...............you know what is not safe sir, making someone drive a car......when they are so tired, the had to pull off the side of the road to sleep. - not that that has ever happened to ...
This was mine as well as the boys first trip to Savannah and let me just
say it is beautiful here. I loved everything about Savannah. I would
seriously consider living here if a decent job was readily available.
left out on Monday and spent the first night in Savannah but on the
outskirts. The cost of hotels during St Pattys week is astronomical so
we spent our first night at the Oglethorpe Inn. We got ...