Fairfield Inn By Marriott Savannah Airport

10 Stephen S. Green Drive, Savannah, Georgia, 31408, United States
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SAVANNAH AIRPORT INN

by M222T

Hi, How far is the beach from this hotel. I am bringing my 12 year old down for a weekend and thats where we gotta stay.Thanks so much. Marie

Transportation from Airport

by SFHulaGIrl

What is the approximate cab fare from the Savannah airport to the Historic District? Or is there a more convenient or more inexpensive way to get to the Historic District?

Will the weather at the end of October require a light jacket in the evening? Can I wear regular summer clothing during the day?

Re: Transportation from Airport

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Savannah for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

October.
High 77f / 25c
Low 57f / 14c
Rain 2.80in / 70.0mm
Rain days 6
Hours of sun 7
Daylight hours 11
UV level 6 = High
Humidity = Low
Sea temp 77f / 25c

November.
High 70f / 21c
Low 48f / 9c
Rain 1.90in / 48.0mm
Rain days 7
Hours of sun 6
Daylight hours 11
UV level 4 = Moderate
Humidity = None
Sea temp 73f / 23c

Travel Tips for Savannah

Factors Walk

by PA2AKgirl

Business used to be conducted from the decks of ships and wharfs, so cotton factors used to set up shop here on the W. side of Bay Street. These were the 1st offices and warehouses and the walk is named after the brokers (factors) who made this area wealthy initially. This really isn't my fondest memory, but it's a pretty street and you can't miss it if you're downtown at all. It's the way to get down to River Street.

Hair Spray! Mega Hold!

by Azonie

Bring VERY comfy shoes for LOTS of walking. A must have here is Mega Hold hairspray, the humidity will make your hair go flat in no time..Of course you don't HAVE to pack it cuz you can always buy it once you get there. :-)

Bonaventure Cemetery

by grandmaR

We've only seen Bonaventure Cemetery from the Wilmington River. It is easily reached by driving out Wheaton Street to Bonaventure road.

Bonaventure ("good fortune" in French) was the good fortune of John Mulryne and Josiah Tattnall. Both were large landholders in Georgia, but they had much more in common than owning the land that became the cemetery. Mulryne, who built the third Tybee Lighthouse in 1773, was Tattnell's father-in-law. Bonaventure was his plantation home. The family cemetery on the plantation formed the nucleus of the present-day Bonaventure Cemetery. When Naturalist John Muir wrote about Bonaventure Cemetery in his 1867 book A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf, it was mostly the family cemetery today known as "Old Bonaventure."

Famous people buried here include
Conrad Aiken (poet)
Robert Houston Anderson (Civil War CSA Brigadier General-after the war was a police chief in Savannah),
Eugene Booth Jr. (nuclear physicist involved with the Manhattan Project)
Duncan Lamont Clinch and Charles Edward Gorden (US Congress),
Dr. Brodie Strachan Herndon (Civil War Confederate Army Officer - Chief Surgeon of the Confederate Army from 1862 to 1865. A graduate from the University of Maryland Medical School in 1829. He was the first person to perform a Caesarean operation in the United States)
Henry Roots Jackson (Civil war general CSA)
George Jones (U.S. Senator)
Robert Alexander Lawton (Brigadier General, CSA)
Rufus Ezekiel Lester (U.S. Congress),
John T. McFarland (assistant surgeon of the Confederate Georgia Infantry and Sharpshooters)
Hugh Weedon Mercer (Brigadier General, CSA)
Johnny Mercer (Songwriter)
James Neill (silent era actor)
William Wiseham Paine (US Congress),
Edward Fenwick Tattnall (US Congress),
JosiahTattnall (Confederate Naval Officer. He commanded the Confederate ironclad "Virginia" (ex-"Merrimac")
Edward Telfair (delegate to Continental Congress and Governor of Georgia)
Thomas Telfair (United States Representative from Georgia, 1813-1817; son of Governor Edward Telfair)

Savannah being an old historic...

by cfwestbe

Savannah being an old historic town, there are lots of stories of Ghost sightings and of haunted homes and buildings. On one night, we took a 'Ghost Walk' tour where we walked all through the historic district with the guide pointing out the many historic homes that are said to be haunted and the particular stories for each. If walking for 2 or 3 hours is too much, then you can take a carriage ride instead. On a different night, we took a horse drawn carriage ride. This was also a tour of some of the haunted homes in the area, but we went past some different homes in this tour. We never stopped at the homes on either tour. Most of them are owned by private families and a few are now bed & breakfast inns. How would you like to stay in a room that is haunted by a ghost? There is one inn where it is said that if a couple stays in a certain room, the female ghost gets angry at the female guest because she died in her room before her true love came back from sea and she acts jealous. Creepy!!
This is a nice way to see the historic district homes when it is cooler and to learn about some of the history of Savannah. Casual. At night in the summer, shorts and a light shirt (or T-shirt) are plenty. Wear good walking shoes if you go on the walking tour.

Delicious food

by ZanieOR about Il Pasticci

I found notes I took on my meal here: angel hair pasta w/shrimp and sea scallops in spicy saffron sauce w/ mushrooms and olives. "Delicious"
The restaurant was in the downtown part of Savannah.
As I recall the service was excellent, and the waiters all seemed to have Italian accents.

Update: This is really strange but when I googled Il Pasticci in Savannah with the hopes of coming up with an address, what did I come up with but my own VT review!! LOL
Tried again later and actually found additional info, including this overview from Yahoo Travel:
"Chic and modern, the airy dining room is not exactly what you would expect to find in Savannah's genteel Historic District, but the restaurant has a loyal following. A competent menu of Italian goodies is available, including lighter fare harvested from the busy Italian marketplace next door. The pastas, however, are king at this establishment, and can be spiced up with poultry, beef or seafood selections—additions which also spice up the price tag. Stop by on Sunday mornings for the live jazz-infused brunch buffet.
Open Hours: 5 -11pm Sun-Thu; 4pm-12am Fri and Sat"

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 Fairfield Inn By Marriott Savannah Airport

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Address: 10 Stephen S. Green Drive, Savannah, Georgia, 31408, United States