We came to Savannah with high expectations based on everything we had read, and people with whom we had talked. To say that those expectations were met in triplicate would be to understate our experience. With the lone exception of the "visitor center parking lot EVENT" we have thoroughly enjoyed driving around and walking around this genteel city. When I used to see pictures of Savannah showing the tree shrouded streets I always thought...."well, that's probably the one they preserved" in my own cynical way, BUT a street without Spanish moss covered trees overhanging both sides seems to be the exception. My only complaint is that the heavy tree canopy really interfers with satellite radio......lol.....a minor inconvenience!
Monuments wherever you go...this was in Forsyth Park
An example of the ubiquitous historical significance signs
Riverboat tours on River Street
Colonial Park Cemetery
Yes, the water really is GREEN!
This cathedral is beautiful....I wish we could have gone in side, but there was a worship service in progress at the time we were there.
The lovely Elaine along the Savannah River
We spent another hour or so on our own, and then headed back to our home for the afternoon....tomorrow is moving day, so we'll have to load the T-Bird back up and put our "stuff" away. This RV Park (Red Gate) is a wonderful, quiet park......except for the freight train that rolls through every morning around 6am.....lol. Nevertheless, we recommend this park highly!
Thanks for stopping by!