Best Western Savannah Gateway
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... Gump. The actual bench is in a museum though.
We didn't do too much during our time in Savannah except sight see. We tried to drive over to the beach but found that it was quite a distance so abandoned the trip and just toured the area. We did run across a car show and were able to see some of the cars before it broke up. This is the first car show we have seen.
... we headed back to the park. Harley was happy to see us, as usual. The afternoon was nice so Cheryl decided that it was the perfect time to give him a bath. There was a nice shady area under a tree with grass right next to our camp spot and the hose reached just fine… perfect. He never really minds getting one and when he was done he ran around like his butt was on fire. Actually, it’s his typical post-bath action and so funny to watch.
... housed in a beautiful antebellum house the room is dark purple and white - mmmm lovely.....a short tour of the historical district.,,,short time at the hotel to 'freshen up' as they still say here and off to dinner near the water - the container ships go right by honestly you could reach out and touch them! - once again mahi mahi - it must have been on special but dessert is the best pecan pie!!
Friday morning we start with ...
Drove 100 miles in 2 hours.
Easy drive through low, swampy country. Savannah looks a little beaten up in comparison to Charleston however to my taste it was a more interesting town.
We took a short walk from our hotel to the riverfront area. It was quite touristy however not over bearing and was made up of bars, restaurants, posh hotels and funky clothing stores. We ducked into a bar for ...
... Market, which is a conglomeration of various restaurants, shops, and art galleries. Browsed there for a while, then it was time for my meeting with some TSD folks about DeafTEC. I connected on Kelly's iPad, but was sitting in Wet Willies (alcohol slushies!) to hook up to their wifi (don't tell my co-workers! And I promise I was not drinking during the meeting!). Kelly and Colton took their slushies to go, and went back to ...