What to do, what to see in Savannah
- Walking by the squares of the historic district. Monterey & Lafayette were my favorites
- Checking out the nice houses of the victorian neighborhood
- Factors Walk by the river
- Strolling in Forsyth Park, pas loin du centre historique
- Bonaventure cemetery
- Wormsloe, an historic park with an awesome oak alley
- Tybee Island
❧ Places to eat in Savannah ❧
- Foxy Loxy, 1919 Bull St., a great coffee shop!
- Wiley’s Championship BBQ, 4700 US-80, classic “cue” or barbecue
- The Public Kitchen, 1 W Liberty St. A hip place to have a drink
- Mrs Wilke’s Dining Room, 107 W Jones St. Typical Southern food
- Coco’s Sunset Grille, Old US Hwy, à Tibey Island. Shrimp party by the swamp
- We used AirBnb for 2 nights – sign up with here to get a $25 coupon!
Historic center of Savannah
☜ Mercer Williams House, on Monterey square. I was reading Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil at that time, and this non-fiction book takes place right here.
☝ Nice paved street in Savannah
☜ Colonial Park Cemetery, 1750
Victorian neighborood in Savannah
We followed the path of the touristic trolley! That was a good call, we spent some time in this gorgeous neighborhood with big victorian houses.
spooky and romantic
Historic park of Wormsloe,
I went there to see the unique oak alley, which stretches over more than 2 km. It’s very cool to drive under this arch. But this park is more than that, it’s also the first site of Georgia occupied by English settlers. John Noble, the founder of Georgia got there in 1736.
The sky was dark, and the wind was blowing. The water was really warm and we walked on the burning sand. The storm hit us and we found refuge in our car. This beach is gorgeous, the town itself was mostly touristy and not really quaint. See more of the Georgia and South Carolina coast on this article.