Travel Blogs from Savannah
Visited the Savannah History Museum in an old train station.The Tourist information Center is there also.The artifacts of the city of Savannah are displayed.
Ate lunch at Clary's Cafe of the Book.
Toured the Williams Mercer House.The house in the book Midnight at the Garden of Evil.The house has eclectic decor.At the end of the staircase on …
Drove to the Lady and Sons restaurant and made a lunch reservation.
Joined the guided city tours by Old Town Trolley Tours.It was 90 minutes.
Savannah has 24 public squares.Lots of old houses,oak trees and spanish moss.
Saw the Mercer Williams house of the book -Midnight in the Garden of Evil.
Had lunch at Paula Deen's restaurant - …
... a great, dumb line, of course – there’s so much you can do with peanuts – I wouldn’t label it a stereotypical great dumb American line. That honour goes to another line Mrs Henry and I now like to use whenever we can.
It was like this. Consistent with Institute policy to avoid walking when a ride is available, Mrs Henry and I had boarded a Charleston tour bus, which meant sharing a confined space with yankee retirees from Florida. ...
... banks of the marsh lands..... This just made our day.;) .... happy faces, so exciting seeing these big beasts.. Arrived at our hotel room .....waited until it started to pour out of the heavens to decide to go out for dinner..... David being a true gentleman dropped me off right at the door, no wading through the puddles for me. :) Tonight we booked a 4 day cruise to the Bahamas ;) ;) happy ...
... story in the movie. There is no actual bus stop on the square and the bench used in the movie is now housed in a museum in Savannah.
As many of you can attest, I could go on forever, but I won't. Savannah was worthy of much more time. It is full of incredible architecture and historical significance. You could spend a week here and barely scratch the surface.
On to St. Augustine.