Motel 6 Savannah - Richmond Hill
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... movie). Savannah is the home to Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) which seem to own every second building in Savannah and adding to the population of unemployed artist around the world. There are so many art students in Savannah, you wonder how they will make a living in the future particularly paying back a student loan of at least $45,000.00 per year. My friend Robert Beach suggests that charcoal drawing on the side of the ...
... a dramatic background for the display and experience of art.” and as you can see in some of our photos it makes for stunning exhibition space. It’s also great that it breathes life into an otherwise forgotten building.
It was very quiet the afternoon we went, but the bonus was that we had the volunteer guides all to ourselves they are post/under grad students from the university itself – and I have ...
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 ...
... 8221;! I looked up a bit dazed and confused to wonder what was wrong. Then I noticed a whole lot of flashing going on and turned around to find a policeman right on our tail flashing bright red lights. “CHRIS!! Where you speeding”??!!! Looking very sheepish at this point he tells me he was but he was only going as fast as the other drivers were. Ohhhhh friggin’ fabulous!
The policeman walks up to the car, takes ...
... was segregated, even public services and it was not until the 1960’s when the civil rights movements started to influence things.
We are also taken to the Civil Rights Museum as part of the tour and are shown a history video of The Civil Rights Movement in the area. In 1942 the NACCP was established as the Savannah civil rights movement and was grown to 3000 members. This movement was based on the belief that things could only change via the ballot ...