La Quinta Inn Savannah Midtown

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

6805 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31405-5822, United States
La Quinta Inn Savannah Midtown
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
22%
73
Very Good
33%
109
Average
18%
61
Poor
15%
49
Terrible
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31

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Costs 25% less but rated 13% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo57
  • Business59

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Lace and Dollies

by pinketelhut

Does anyone know the name of a lace and dollie shop near River Street? I believe it is on Factors Walk. Between Drayton and Abercorn.

Re: Lace and Dollies

by TexasDave

I remember seeing one where you describe but don't remember the name. However it's very close to the Arts & Crafts Emporium. One way to get your question answered would be to call them and ask, their phone # is (912) 238-9148, or email them on their website.

Travel Tips for Savannah

"The Book"

by Dabs

It's almost a prerequisite that you have to read "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil", also known as "The Book", before heading to Savannah. I had read it many, many years ago and started to reread it before heading to Savannah, I didn't quite finish it but it was interesting to read in conjunction with the trip. I think the author may have taken a few liberties with the truth, in fact says as much at the end of the book. But it's still an entertaining look at some of the eccentric residents of Savannah and a murder. Or was it? That information died along with Jim Williams in 1980. Of course, "The Book" has been capitalized on in the form of tours featuring the sights in the book. I'm not quite sure where they take you but certainly the Mercer-Williams House where the murder takes place is on it. They may also take you by Clary's where Luther Driggers decides whether he is going to have breakfast, Club One where Lady Chablis still does her act, the Hamilton-Turner House, one of Joe Odom's many residences; and Bonaventure Cemetery which gives the book its title.

Savannah's Historic District

by cobrioc

The area from E.Broad Street to Martin Luher King Jr. Blvd. and from the Savannah River to Gastoon Street was officially designated a Historic Landmark District. Savannah's historic district is one of the largest such areas in the United States, with thousands of architecturally significant buildings in the 2.2 square mile area, including examples of Federal, Victorian, Regency and Italianate architecture.

To Better Understand the Area, Read These Books

by deecat

Not really for packing, but great background before you go to the Savannah area:

Eugenia Price's Historical Novels:

1. Savannah Quartet

a. Savannah
b. To See Your Face Again
c. Before The Darkness Falls
d. Stranger in Savannah

2. Georgia Trilogy

a. Bright Captivity
b. Where Shadows Go
c. Beauty From Ashes

3. St. Simmons Trilogy

a. Lighthouse
b. New Moon Rising
c.The Beloved Invader

Although these are novels, Ms Price gives her characters a well-documented historical background
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The book that "put Savannah on the map!".

John Berendt

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

"This is the story of Jim Williams, a socialite antique dealer accused of killing a local tough named Danny Hansford. Although it's a murder mystery, the appeal of the book is its portrait of Savannah's hedonistic aristocrats and flamboyant ne'er do wells" If you go in the summer, I advice wearing cotton. It is so hot and so humid that regardless, you will sweat! Because Savannah is such a lovely city, it is imperative to have your camera "at the ready"!

Fort McAllister State Park in Richmond Hill

by deecat

For Civil War buffs, one might want to visit another Fort (best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy) within a state park called Fort McAllister State Park.

It extends over 1725 acres on the banks of the Ogeechee River. This fort was the location of the last line of resistance for the Confederacy against General Sherman's march on Savannah. (South of Richmond Hill on Highway 144).

The fort withstood seven attacks by Union gunboats, and the port held. Then, Sherman's ground force stormed the fort and closed down trade through Savannah's port, a severe loss for the Confederacy. Why? Because now the Union had a route to ship supplies to it troops.

The fort was restored by Henry Ford in the 1930s. This Fort is in Fort McAllister State Park, and you can follow the path around it to the entrance.

While walking along this parapet, you see the river on one side and a huge cannon on the other. There are informative signs along the way that includes information about both the sea and the land battles. It also tells about life in the fort and about General Sherman.

Deep within the mound are the baricks for the men stationed at the low-tech fort. Visitors may tour the mound and walk through. This is a very interesting place to visit. The Museum on site has artifacts from Confederate Gunboat, Nashville.

If you wish, you may picnic on the high bluff above the River near the fort.

Note: Just off Genesis Point lie the remains of the Nashville, a privateer sunk during a battle in 1863.

Besides the fort and museum, there is a 3.1 mile trail through a typical low-land marsh. (Bring insect repellent!) There is a viewing tower that overlooks a small creek. There is also a nature trail in the campground and a fishing pier. In addition, there are 65 campsites with water and electricity.

Location:
Genesis Point, east of Richmond Hill

Free Historic Savannah Shuttle- Part II

by TexasDave

The City sponsors a free shuttle around the Historical District which runs every 15 minutes from 10:00 to 8:00. Its route is different that the one mentioned in Part I.

Beside the bus route there is also a river ferry service between River Street, Waving Girl statue and the Convention Center on the other side.

Additionally, there is a restored 1930's streetcar, brought from Melbourne, Australia and totally refurbished, making a run up and down the length of River Street. So you can walk down , taking time to stop and browse the stores, and then hop in the tram to make you way back up.

You can print out a route map from the website below.

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 La Quinta Inn Savannah Midtown

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Address: 6805 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31405-5822, United States