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Savanna is about 100 miles from Charleston and a world away in terms of architecture, genteelness (is that a word??) and cool places to see. Once again we stayed on the outskirts and drove daily into town to do the tourist thang. Of all the places we have been, Savanna is by far the best. It is an ocean going port and the seagoing vessels cruise into port almost on an hourly basis. The tour guide told us that there ...
... in Charleston, the bus was established to ease city traffic congestion.
Travelling on the free bus, does increase the possibilities of sitting next to questionably dressed and smelling passengers. But, soon enough we arrived at Savannah's Riverfront. A cobbled street overlooking the Savannah River, is home to italian styled architecture housing shops a restaurants alike.
With hunger settling in and a few tired kids to boot, ...
... night. We met a nice couple from Atlanta that were getting married at the Sweetwater brewery in Atlanta this Fall. We’ve definitely made a lot more friends and have had many conversations with people from the south; they are much friendlier and laid back. We did a little shopping on the Riverwalk then next morning after breakfast at the inn and headed to our next destination: Tybee Island. Located only about 20 minutes from Savannah, Tybee Island is ...
... what happened but Savannah had sit ins, shop boycotts, marches and many other protests, in other words a very active civil rights movement. When we visited the Magnolia plantation in Charleston the tour guide recommended a good read about slavery, a book called the Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd. It is fiction but based on the story of 2 women from a Charleston family - the Grimke sisters. I finished reading it while we in Savannah, and provided great ...
the slower pace of Savannah compared to Charleston while it still has the
beauty we found in Charleston with their architecture and massive Spanish moss
covered oak trees…oh, and the most friendly people. I’ve never been called ma’am
so much in my life (and not sure how I feel about it)! I have to give a shout out
to one of my new favorite retail shops I discovered. It’s called Savannah Belle
on the riverfront….alot ...