Savannah - Georgia

A very historic city with many parks. Love to return often and have one of the excellent shrimp baskets. Definitely one of our favorites and taking the trolley tour was a highlight as you can see and hear about many of the unique buildings and homes. We have often returned on our snowbird trips to have lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants that are adjacent to the cobblestone streets alongside the river. If you are fortunate enough to be in the area, take the time to visit one of our historic cities.

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Savannah - Georgia

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   First trips here were just because others mentioned it, but now we are hooked. Our return trips here have  always had that hate to leave feeling, just like the lady in the picture.  Was not that long before we took the trolley excursion in the historic area. Now we wish it had been sooner. What a history and seeing the many parks and homes in the area provides an additional reason to stop and enjoy. Shrimp is a favorite food and Savannah eateries along the river know how to deliver them. 

John`s Comments
Downtown Savannah is worth the extra time to stop and tour. Try some of the fabulous restaurants along the river, or take the trolley tour to get a real perspective of the past. There are fabulous old buildings and parks downtown, but if you are like me, then the taste of the old south does take over.

John`s Recollections
Stopped once again on the trip north. Difficult not to enjoy another shrimp dinner and review the river traffic. Each time that we return, a bit more exploring occurs and this time we drove to the Atlantic coastline where we had an excellent time on Tybee Island

John`s Personal Views
One of the most amazingly tasty shrimp plates that I have ever had, and with a table alongside the Savannah river it was more than one can expect. Kathy and I were equally impressed with the trolley tour as it went past many historical buildings & parks that allowed us to get the real feel of SAVANNAH, Georgia.

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