Comfort Inn & Suites Midtown Savannah

211 Stephenson Ave., Savannah, Georgia, 31405, United States
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Overnight parking/sleeping on the beach!

by necrodup

Is there anywhere close to Savannah that you can get away with sleeping on the beach? Tybee Island? Or any campsites closer to the ocean than to the city? We want to check out both city and bech but sleeping near the beach is our preference (I'm with a girl from Iowa who's never seen the Atlantic!)

Re: Overnight parking/sleeping on the beach!

by brkilbourne

The Rivers end camp ground would be perfect for you. Here is there web site
http://members.aol.com/riversend1/camping.htm
You will be near the river side - do not swim here - go up to regular beach to swim. 16th st
BK

Travel Tips for Savannah

This has to be one of the most...

by lemontree

This has to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world! Restaurants that were once pirate bars!! The old cotton district warehouses are now eateries and shops. River Street is a must see.. The squares and majestic oak trees along side palm trees. Wedding cake houses, and a culture to die for.

Pinapple as a sign of hospitality

by Pawtuxet

The pineapple is used as a sign of hospitality throughout Savannah. The guide at the Sorrel-Weed house talked about it thinking it was unique to Savannah, but I've seen the same thing in Newport, Rhode Island. It must have been a colonial symbol in all the early cities and towns. At any rate, we see a charming example of their use here... again in their excellent iron work.
YOU MAY HAVE TO CLICK ON PIC TO ENLARGE AND ENJOY THE PINEAPPLES

Bonaventure Cemetery

by kidkilowatt

Bonaventure Cemetery may be one of the more hauntingly beautiful places I have ever been. I could probably have spent an entire day here, walking around and taking pictures of the sadly beautiful gravestones and just being quiet and pensive. I feel there is a lot to be learned about Savannah history in this cemetery and wish I could have spent more time, but we arrived in the late afternoon and have to get out before they closed us in for the night- Savannah being so full of ghosts and all. It was quite beautiful though to watch the sun going down through Spanish moss lined cemetery. Bonaventure Cemetery is a bit outside of Savannah and since Savannah is a walking city, you might not have a car to drive out. I suggest going, even if it means shelling out the money to take a cab. I think it cost us between 10 and 15 bucks each way, which is just over what it will cost you to take a trolley ride throughout the city which you could do walking at your own pace anyway. If you are into photography there are some incredible statues and monuments in the cemetery. Bring extra film, but stop clicking pictures every once and a while just to enjoy your peaceful surrounds.

Is Lady Chablis there ?

by GUYON about Club One

As a fan of the movie "Midnight in theGerden of the Good and Evil" I was obliged to see at Club One if Lady Chablis was here.

When she (he) is in the evening show there is a sign "Lady Chablis (Benjamin) plays tonight". No sign. I did not go.

A long wait - really worth it!

by 807Wheaton about The Lady & Sons

If you didn't know anything about Paula Deen being the Restaurant Queen you would just walk right by this place. However, you might stop and wonder what the crowd and long lines are all about?!? If you peek inside, it's still nothing over the top spectacular. The Lady & Sons is located in an old renovated hardware store in downtown Savannah. There are three floors - the second floor being where the kitchen is located. Paula Deen has her "Cooking" show on TV and has now also been in a movie. She's being featured on a cruise in April. She features downhome Southern "comfort food" cooking. We have lived in the South long enough to know good food when we find it. This was good.
I definitely would recommend visiting The Lady & Sons. Our server was Eric and he was very attentive and seemed to enjoy chatting with us about the success of Paula's restaurant. We also had an "extra perk". The gal that was working the bar is a jazz singer and sang for us every now and then. Nice touch.
As soon as we were seated we were served fried corn cakes and cheese buttermilk biscuits that just melted in yo mouth! When we went to the buffet there was plenty of each item kept hot and refilled frequently. Second trips to the buffet were encouraged. We went to The Lady & Sons on a Sunday so all we could order was the buffet. I'm not a big fan of buffet but I do enjoy visiting places that have some notoriety and since we live close enough and my birthday was on a Sunday, off we went. We got there at exactly one o'clock and we were put on a list and told to come back at 4 o'clock. Fortunately the restaurant is located right in the heart of downtown Savannah so there are plenty of delightful squares to walk through and Bay Street and the Riverwalk are only about 3 blocks away. There was plenty to keep us busy and walking for 3 hours. We checked back in at 2:15 and were told we could go right in!!
We were taken to the third floor and then seated in a small intimate room that had a bar. The beverages were not included in the $14.95 meal. Paula Deen is very smart in that she offers quite a selective buffet. The specials offered when we were there were: Pulled pork in gravy, creamed potatoes, fried and baked chicken, butter beans, green beans (that were really fresh beans) sweet potatoes, collard greens (excellent) , turnip greens, corn on the cob, and a salad bar. The server offered us a choice from the dessert tray when we were finished. We had a pineapple dessert which was light and very satisifying.

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 Comfort Inn & Suites Midtown Savannah

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Address: 211 Stephenson Ave., Savannah, Georgia, 31405, United States