Holiday Inn Express Savannah I-95 North
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An enormous stone monument and a wrought iron fence mark the first family burial site at Wormsloe. Noble Jones was buried at Wormsloe in 1775 alongside his wife Sarah and, later, their youngest son Indigo.
Afterwards, we drove into Savannah and had decided we wanted to have lunch at Mrs. Wilkes’, but when we turned the corner, we changed our mind as the line to get in was down a half a block and ...
... with her for about 20 minutes before buying a couple of cokes and saying our goodbyes. We walked past a number of clothes shops and we thought this was a good one for air conditioning. I didn't think I would find anything but I bought a new black top at a place called Anthropologie. Their clothes are so nice as well as the colours but we just haven't had time to go clothes shopping plus we feel so fat too after our diet over here. I remember thinking we need to come ...
... show! Thank you Mayport! After lunch we caught the ferry and crossed the St. Johns River and continued on A1A to Fernanda Beach then on to I-95 to Savannah, GA.
We made it to Savannah without incident. After we checked in to the hotel, we headed out to see the Atlantic Ocean at Tybee Island. Mom and Wendi braved the cold water and put their feet in. On our way ...
... birthday so we called in at her house, along with what seemed like several hundred family members ranging from toddlers to a 90 year old lady, all of whom were busy partying. We were made so welcome and were so impressed with the joy and love that surrounds this family. Dyanne's twin 41 year old sons phone both their parents every day to catch up - Tom and Danny please take note.
The afternoon was spent being driven around by Benjamin, who fortunately is ...
... an app...RAIDS....love it). I found another pet friendly hotel that looked closer to downtown Savannah called The Thunderbird Inn and for only $70/night. I should have known. We drove by...didn't even get out of the car.
We were finally saved by Trip Advisor with The Foley Inn around 9:30 p.m. After 12 hours in the car I was ready to settle for just about any room rate, and when they said $149 including breakfast and pet fee I ...