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We'll be driving to VA and PA and plan to stay a night in Savannah to help break up the trip so the boys have some of the day to run around. We're plan to arrive in mid afternoon. We haven't been to Savannah in about 10 years and will be traveling with our boys, ages 1 and 3, and our dog. I've been reading through the threads and other online reviews. I'm mostly concerned with safety and cleanliness in a hotel b/c of our family and our boys are at the age where they touch everything. I've been researching the following hotels, but if someone has another suggestion, I would appreciate the help. Are these in a safe area? I really haven't been able to find out that info after reading all the reviews. Also, will our car be safe? If we stay in the historic district, would you feel comfortable walking around that area? We won't be out late, of course, b/c we have little ones

1. Holiday Inn Pooler/Airport
2. Staybridge Suites Historic District
3. Olde Harbour Inn - this only had a king bed for us. Ones w/ more beds were on 2 floors, which is not great. We could make it work though

Also, I didn't mention what location I'd like to be in, but it will be for one night. I'm not sure how hard it is/how expensive to find a parking space in the historic district just to walk around and eat dinner. I've aleady called these hotels and asked for rates. Comparing the rates for the historic district and the Holiday Inn Pooler, it's about $50 difference with pet fee but not including tax.

We love Mrs. Wilkes but will not be there for lunch (which seems cruel to stay in the city and not eat there). Are there are restaurants with food like Mrs. Wilkes? We love Southern food and seafood, esp. shrimp and grits, but don't get to eat it here. It has to be child friendly too. My boys are generally well-behaved in restaurants but they're still kids. I read on here that the Pirates House is good for kids. I think we ate there, but it was so long ago. Thank you for any help.

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