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... of the hill was a line of candy stores, junk shops, awesome bars and cool cafes. I had called my nephew, that lives nearby, and we agreed to meet at a cafe that was in an old warehouse overlooking the bay. I hadn't seen Scoot since his dad, my brother died almost 9 years ago. We had a wonderful lunch and caught up on stuff. We didn't go eat at Paula Dean's, but went by the place, and yep there was a line outside. ...
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Many people talk about the aged spenders of this quaint and not so little town. But for those who have not visited the "South", or those who are not movie buffs, you might not know this.
All those scenes with Forrest Gump retracing his life whilst sitting on the bus stop bench were portrayed at the Chippewa Square park. Chippewa Square was laid out in 1815 in honour of ...
... gorgeous Magnolias and enormous live oaks with moss draped over them. The weekly farmers market was happening there and Blake and I bought two of the freshest Georgia peaches we’ve ever had. We also bought a small bag of freshly roasted pecans and wish we would have bought the extra large bag! Following another recommendation from Russ & Marilyn, we had to stop for lunch at the Pirates House near the Savannah River. The inn, turned museum, ...
... Blue paint was used by the slaves to keep out the evil spirits - a belief that carried from their homelands. The Andrew Low House was owned by wealthy cotton factors (traders), was a Neo Classical Villa with beautifully appointed rooms and furniture - Robert E Lee and William Makepeace Thackery were guests. This house had the unusual feature of an upstairs bathing room with a bath and toilet.
A Savannah highlight was the Black History Tour given ...
We have been to Savannah before, well if you can count
spending one day there just passing through. It was enough time though for us
to know we wanted to go back. Downtown historic Savannah is laid out in squares
for the neighborhoods..there are 22 of them and there is a park in the center
of each square. The homes and buildings around these squares are…yep…gorgeous!
While Savannah is full of history as you can imagine, after just ...