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Beautiful Savannah Georgia

Me and Mr. D at Fountain in Forsyth Park

Me and Mr. D at Fountain in Forsyth Park

When I started to write this post, I thought of many different things to say about Savannah.  After gathering the pictures together that I wanted to share with you, I decided a picture is worth a thousand words.  This is especially true when you are speaking of a beautiful Southern treasure.  Savannah, Georgia is definitely a treasure that will continue to offer the traditions of the South in such a hospitable way.

I hope you enjoy the pictures and hope that you have or will be able to visit one of my favorite Southern Soul Sisters, Miss Savannah Georgia.  As she would say, “Thanks for stopping by and please visit again real soon.”

P.S.  Mr. D was kind enough to buy a Pirate’s House cookbook while we were in Savannah.  Please visit next week as I will be sharing some wonderful recipes from that cookbook.

 

View of Entrance to Kehoe House - Downtown

View of Entrance to Kehoe House – Downtown

closeup View of Wrought Iron Stairway at Savannah Home

closeup View of Wrought Iron Stairway at Savannah Home

Home In Downtown Savannah

Home In Downtown Savannah

Columbia Square - Downtown

Columbia Square – Downtown

View of one of the secret gardens through black wrought iron gates - downtown

View of one of the secret gardens through black wrought iron gates – downtown

planter at downtown antique shop

planter at downtown antique shop

entrance to downtown antique shop

entrance to downtown antique shop

Gravesite at Colonial Cemetery

Gravesite at Colonial Cemetery

Hyrranea in bloom in Forsyth Park

Hydranea in bloom in Forsyth Park

Magnolia In Bloom

Magnolia In Bloom

Tybee Island Lighthouse Decorated For Memorial Day

Tybee Island Lighthouse Decorated For Memorial Day

Restaurant where we ate on Tybee Island

Restaurant where we ate on Tybee Island

 

Beautiful Street Scene in Downtown Savannah

Beautiful Street Scene in Downtown Savannah

View of Westin Hotel From Waterfront

View of Westin Hotel From Waterfront

Gold Dome On Government Bldg In Downtown Savannah

Gold Dome On Government Bldg In Downtown Savannah

One of the two riverboats docked on River Street - I was on the other one!

One of the two riverboats docked on River Street – I was on the other one!

Another view of Columbia Square

Another view of Columbia Square

Gravesite in Colonial Cemetery

Gravesite in Colonial Cemetery

Fountain In Forsyth Park

Fountain In Forsyth Park

The Bridge that is a connector for GA to SC

The Bridge that is a connector for GA to SC

Tugboat on the river- Same tug boat company that is used in NYC

Tugboat on the river- Same tug boat company that is used in NYC

View of River Street - Armed Forces Festival under the tents

View of River Street – Armed Forces Festival under the tents

4 responses »

  1. It’s been about eight years since my only trip to Savannah and I would love to go back. The shrimp and grits at the Pink House made me think I’d died and gone to heaven. My travelling companion from that trip passed away four years ago tomorrow – I’ll bet he’s up there eating them right now. :-) Lovely pictures.

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  2. Oh I have always wanted to visit Savannah. I enjoyed your pictures so much. Everything looked so fresh and colorful. Thank you for sharing your trip with us.

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