Days Inn Savannah
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Savannah
Another motel type hotel.
Clean with an enormous bed and friendly staff.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Savannah
Travel Blogs from Savannah
... Corinth and explored the Civil War Interpretive Center and remnants of the Corinth battlefield and siege works. The Interpretive Center was one of the best Civil War museums I've ever been to, and did a great job of presenting both the siege and battle of Corinth as well as the battle at Shiloh. I went to Shiloh on Sunday and spent the whole day exploring the battlefield there, which was fascinating and very enlightening to me. I also saw ...
time now for an analysis of the trusted steads,
Bit lacking in power but now they are "run in" and loosened up they eventually get there. it is more noticeable on the gravel roads when you need a bit of power to rear steer. something Mark's tenere has.
so a list of improvements!!
soft comfy hand grips
nice comfy sheep's kin seat cover
gadget holders for phones, roll chart ...
... out of Pulaski. Insert special thank you here to Wes and the Pulaski community for paying for our lunch and transportation in to Adamsville this afternoon! (As well as everything they did for us yesterday when we arrived!) Once in Adamsville, we played some hoops inside and had mail delivered. It has been awesome receiving a card from my Aunt Diane every week! (Thank you for the always very unique and creative cards!!) Mail drops have been a very refreshing time of week to ...
... see young children in attendance with their parents. At Shiloh National Military Park near Savannah, Tennessee we were given a personal hour-long interpretation of a specific engagement ("Hornet's Nest"), by a Park Ranger, at the actual site. This certainly added a great deal to our experience.
The Battle of Shiloh/Pittsburg Landing took place April 6, 1862 with 23,746 casualties ...
... after cannon. We made a few wrong turns and wound up basically covering the entire tour route. Not only were there remnants of the military engagements that occurred here, but there were also reminders of what else lived in these surroundings. We passed over 30 deer throughout the park and at least 5 Indian mounds reminding us that while there was a war going on there were other people and critters out there trying to survive as ...