Motel 6 Savannah - Richmond Hill
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Savannah - Richmond Hill
Travel Blogs from Richmond Hill
There are many things I appreciate about travel and taking lodging in a hotel. Room service. No distractions from one's home environment. Free toiletries. Did I mention room service? And enjoying Other People's Electric Bill.
Our hotel room here in Savannah is ice cold. Arctic. Delightfully chilly. We're going to see condensation on the windows in the morning, thanks to the contrast between our icy oasis and ...
So I've been in the USA a month now, seen more of the country than your average American ever will, and I'm here to tell you that the crisps are all good, the sweets are largely terrible, the drinks section of any shop is enormous and the roads have very few rules, and the ones they do have no one pays any attention to.
Beer is cheap, in most places, but a pitcher is better value than a pint and going out happens ...
... br> Kendra pretty much said it all! Savannah is so beautiful and I'm going to love taking photos here and learning about this amazing place and it's history!!
Cotton Exchange was one of the best restaurants I've ever been to!!
No Hank experiences yet..... I hope this statement stays true until we start traveling back home.
As much as I love being in Canada, I think we're going to miss Savannah!
Our overall agenda is to arrive in Asheville NC and visit the Biltmore Estate. Then off to Bristol, TN to see Kelly's family. Our final destination is Gatlinburg TN where we will meet up with 3 other families, stay in a mountainside cabin, do a ton of excursions and have some RnR.
Let me bring you up to speed.... Its now midnight, we are in the hotel, and here is a recap of our day...
We finally ...
... br> Old Savannah is very formally laid out around 22 beautiful Squares - there were 24 but they have lost two. This makes it very shady as there is a park in every square. Just as well, given the weather when we were there!
We stopped for a banana split at Leopold's (an authentic 1935 icecream parlour
[chairs exactly like your old ones, Sal!]
- whose owner is a Hollywood film producer & the walls are covered with movie stars ...