Travel Blogs from Savannah, United States

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Sidetracked in Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Sidetracked in Savannah

A travel blog entry by bashleyf

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... I wanted to get back to Charleston to do some sightseeing there too). It was a very good decision. I learned a lot about Savannah.Their historical society does a good job of keeping the historical district in tact. They have very strict regulations ...

Planes, Trains, and......beaches???????, Savannah, United States travel blog

Planes, Trains, and......beaches???????

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... was about to set and so I stopped to take more pictures of the sun setting through the marshes.   Back in Historic Savannah I parked the truck along the main street and walked along the riverfront looking for a place to have supper. I came ...

Historic Savannah!, Savannah, United States travel blog

Historic Savannah!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... I am an enabler. In some ways we are all enablers to someone's weaknesses...vices...problems...ego...vanities.............. ..   Savannah is a beautiful city and I recommend that at some point in your life you stop in to experience it. When ...

Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Savannah

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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Savannah's Historic District (World/US&C), Savannah, United States travel blog

Savannah's Historic District (World/US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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I had a wonderful, although quick, visit to Savannah. I immediately fell in love with it. The squares, configured on a grid, are just beautiful with green space in the middle and surrounded by stately southern homes. I couldn't get enough of the trees ...

Adios Antlantic, Savannah, United States travel blog

Adios Antlantic

A travel blog entry by lord13

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Today we did so many things! First we went to Julliet Gordon Low's birthplace.  She is the lady that started Girl Scouts, so my sister was super excited.  We then went on a fun house tour of Juliet's Victorian Home.  My sister got a girl ...

Tuesday February 19,2008, Savannah, United States travel blog

Tuesday February 19,2008

A travel blog entry by hdrk53

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Hello to Everyone.. WOW !!! What a day... We took off today to explore more of Savannah learn more of the history here.. We started out in a coffee shop in the morning.  After enjoying a cup of coffee and a delicious muffin, we went to Paula Deen's ...

Cotton Exchange Tavern, Savannah, United States travel blog

Cotton Exchange Tavern

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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Headed down to the river last night and saddled up to the bar at the Cotton Exchange Tavern. Had some great IPA's, fantastic crab chowder, shrimp & grits was good, but the Tortellini was the best! Chatted up some pretty interesting folks and enjoyed ...

Two nights in Savannah with Luba, Savannah, United States travel blog

Two nights in Savannah with Luba

A travel blog entry by hawgbound

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... as fun!!  Luba arranged a trolley tour and a river dinner cruise later in the day.  We spent the day learning about Savannah, shopping eating and ended our day with a sit down dinner on a river boat. No pictures of the dinner cruise.  ...

Georgia on my mind, Savannah, GA, Savannah, United States travel blog

Georgia on my mind, Savannah, GA

A travel blog entry by traceourtracks

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... had to take the car in for a mandatory oil change....or if you see it like we did...free parking!! So we wandered around Savannah, admired some of the beautiful buildings & enjoyed another warm, sunny day. We decided to take a trip to Tybee Island - ...

Von St. Augustine nach Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Von St. Augustine nach Savannah

A travel blog entry by andrea.adrian

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... . Danach flanierten wir durch das Spanish Quarter und die schöne Altstadt. Gegen Mittag traten wir dann die Weiterfahrt nach Savannah an. In Savannah blieb uns nur noch Zeit fürs Abendessen, wo wir uns endlich mal ein amerikanisches Steak einverleiben ...

Show, Savannah, United States travel blog

Show

A travel blog entry by bdgj

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More Civil War and More Elvis!, Savannah, United States travel blog

More Civil War and More Elvis!

A travel blog entry by 2pcgrads

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... .  For example, former slaves and free black men volunteered for U.S. military service; these men were called the United States Colored Troops (USCT).  Several USCT regiments played critical roles in the battles of Brices Cross Roads and Tupelo. ...

Old Times There are Not Forgotten, Savannah, United States travel blog

Old Times There are Not Forgotten

A travel blog entry by wandering_man

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Wandering Woman and I took a trolley car tour of Savannah today.  It is the only Southern city that was not burned by Sherman and has substantial antebellum architecture, unlike other Southern cities. The Historic District is filled with live oaks ...

Back home in Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Back home in Savannah

A travel blog entry by ksbx3

... !   Savannah (dog not city) is still going thru some issues after our loss of Ashley before leaving Santa Fe.  Savannah is doing better everyday in missing her lifelong friend - she will now allow herself to be more than 5 feet away from ...

Day 31 & 32: Steamy and Sultry, Savannah, United States travel blog

Day 31 & 32: Steamy and Sultry

A travel blog entry by sschwaiger

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The 7-hr drive from Ft Lauderdale to Savannah went smoothly, punctuated only by Matt & my game of Spot the Cop. We had been warned that Florida police were noted for their rigidity when spotting a 'speeder' but we were unprepared for the sheer number ...

The Savannah Heat, Savannah, United States travel blog

The Savannah Heat

A travel blog entry by jillandethan

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We arrived in Savannah last night and enjoyed a three-course dinner, consisting of tuna fish from the can, cheese wedges and leftover poppy seed cake. Yum! We set up our tent and attempted to fall asleep amidst the 100-degree sweltering Georgia heat. ...

Run Forest, run!, Savannah, United States travel blog

Run Forest, run!

A travel blog entry by finechina

... In real life, the bench stands in Chippewa square. Well, used to stand in Chippewa square. It was actually moved to the Savannah museum to preserve it from weather and possible robbery. All that is left to show the famous location is a yellow cable ...

RV - Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

RV - Savannah

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... nbsp;to the edge of the Savannah River. After lunch we took a riverboat cruise aboard the Georgia Queen. The Savannah River which divides the two states of South Carolina and Georgia, much like the Murray River in Australia, is an active shipping port. It ...

On to Savannah GA, Savannah, United States travel blog

On to Savannah GA

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... talking to other campers, RVers in this area are more focused on golf and social activities that we are.  We travelled east of Savannah to another great State park on Skidaway Island.  This one offers 50 amp service, cable tv, but no WiFi ...

MLK Parade and Walking Tour of Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

MLK Parade and Walking Tour of Savannah

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... area.  We were treated to the opportunity to watch another parade - a series of large cargo ships heading into the Savannah harbor which we are told is the third busiest in America.  A excellent lunch at a seafood restaurant prepared us for a ...

Crystal Beer Parolor, Savannah, United States travel blog

Crystal Beer Parolor

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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Fantastic beer selection, comfortable atmosphere, excellent service. Really enjoyed the pulled pork ...

Savannah- historic city, Savannah, United States travel blog

Savannah- historic city

A travel blog entry by 2mareti

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Savannah...what a beautiful small town, but with so much history...we loved the historical look of everything, houses, roads, everything. It brought such nice feelings inside, reminding us of Romania. Beautiful place. We are glad we stoped here! ...

FINDING MY SOUTHERN BELL, Y'ALL, Savannah, United States travel blog

FINDING MY SOUTHERN BELL, Y'ALL

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... " program is safe - but for how long!? I've heard interesting things about the Deep South, which is an area of the United States (towards the south) so different from the rest that it seems like a foreign country. There's a lot of racial tension ...

Trolley Dolly, Savannah, United States travel blog

Trolley Dolly

A travel blog entry by mememe

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... of tits. He said that every time we saw a walking tour, we should all go "Woooooooo" with a sort of finger wave...hardly! Savannah is absolutely stunning. I would even go as far as to say, one of the prettiest cities I've even seen. The old houses were ...

Food in Savannah, Savannah, United States travel blog

Food in Savannah

A travel blog entry by jkovacs

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... with a wonderful restaurant on the inside. The mansion is supposedly haunted, but we certainly didn't see anything out of the ordinary. The website, which has some great pictures of the inside is http://www.plantersinnsavannah.com/savannah-dining.htm. ...

75 bites and counting!!!, Savannah, United States travel blog

75 bites and counting!!!

A travel blog entry by scott_and_kerry

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... rainy. although we appreciate the retreat from the 43 degree heat, rain sucks. We spent the night in an RV park in Savannah and did a driving tour. We discovered if you find the trolley tours, you can just follow them and find the tourist attractions!! ...

Georgia on Our Mind, Savannah, United States travel blog

Georgia on Our Mind

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella

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... house made Mango Fig Chutney with cream cheese on a baguette was awesome. After Jazz'd we headed to the Moon River Brewing Company, Savannah's only local brewery. The place was packed, but we snagged a seat by the bar and tried the Wild Wacky Wit, the ...

Savannah Unfolds, Savannah, United States travel blog

Savannah Unfolds

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella

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This is a photo journal of our sightseeing around Savannah on NYE. After all we saw I still feel like there is much of Savannah yet to be discovered. We will definitely be ...

The Rail, Savannah, United States travel blog

The Rail

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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The perfect dive bar with excellent prices and service! ...

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