Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... to get some more of her House Seasoning which I use on broiled and roasted veggies, especially zucchini. When we left there we headed to our hotel, getting back about 4:45. We went to our room for a little bit and then went down to the lobby for Happy Hour which is free drinks and food. I had a glass of wine and a glass of white sangria. I had a little bit of spinach dip with pita chips, homemade potato chips and ...
... both were delicious.
In other news... my train to Philadelphia was scheduled to depart at 1:30 AM and ended up getting into Savannah at 2:50 AM. Since almost all of Savannah was shut down the day after St. Patty's Day (even most of the bars were closed) I didn't have much to keep me occupied. Either way, I managed to not miss my train and now I'm heading north.
Spent in Savannah: $175
Total Spent On Trip: $3000
... about the eco system in the area. Saw heaps of alligators and birds. The water level is quite low at the moment being the end of the dry season there in Florida.
Afternoon we spent at Miami Beach (didn't swim). Drive around the Art Deco area. Really reminded us of the Gold Coast in Qld as it use to be in the 1950's - 1970's. A lot of the buildings are well restored and presented. We continued along the coast to Ft Lauderdale. Although ...
... to chocolates. Mmmm...
The river is very active with ocean freighters being guided by tugs back and forth all day and night, but it is a mostly quiet activity. Not as noisy as trucks driving down the highway, but each of these big boats carry enough containers to keep a thousand trucks busy!
Back to our lovely, large room over the river and went to bed watching the freighters slip by through the night past our window.
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The train drops me in Savannah at about 8pm. I say Savannah...the Amtrak station is, like Miami, miles away from anything and there is no public transport connection (so very helpful). As such, I am cabbing it to my accommodation. I am lucky with a very sweet female taxi driver who is tickled by my accent and impressed with my travel plans. As there is no hostel in Savannah, I am staying in a cheap motel that had ...