Best Western Savannah Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... used for the process are the same as nail polish remover or paint thinner. Don't ever drink decaf tea, he said. I asked him if herbal was okay and he said yes but it is not from the tea plant. Larry bought six kinds of their tea and I got two scone mixes. They also had free samples of all their teas which I couldn't drink because I can't do caffeine.
We had lunch under the Live Oaks in front of the factory/gift shop. I had ...
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We walked back to the Cathedral but it was still closed so we went back to the car and had lunch. In a city full of good restaurants we sat in the car and had Adkins bars! Really! Then we finally headed to Tybee Island. Quite frankly it was a disappointment in that it only had a small stretch of stores and they were the typical tourist stuff. We only stopped for Jerry to go to the bathroom in ...
... in the world anchored in the harbor, there would still be room for more!!!! " 4 miles of waterfront space, and 7 miles of Piers and wharf space. 2 Aircraft carriers we saw, (currently the largest in the World) with 6,000 crew on each, cost $1,000,000 each to feed crew per month. Each Carrier the size of 4 football fields , with room for spectators as well (hard to comprehend). Moored at berths - we saw Aircraft ...
... super hot. Josh determined not to get some air-con went down to reception to complain. Nothing they could do about it. Found another room which was supposedly empty, when Josh got shown into it a large man was asleep in the room. As he began to stir, the receptionist quickly ran back to reception with Josh in tow. At 2am we checked into a difference motel, luckily it was just next door to our motel with working a/c. Next morning we were given a full ...
... from alleperiods, architectural pieces, paintings, photographs, books, chandaliers, and more. It was fun looking at the antiques but it was even better being able to explore the house, one floor after another. We visited the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Colonial Cemetery. It was pretty warm outside, so we took a quick ride on the tour bus to the Pirate's House, a cool bar / restaurant that began service ...