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  • Writer's pictureAlly Abroad

Savannah, Georgia, USA

Savannah is a quaint southern town with a lot of history and charm.


Paula Deans Creek House Seafood and Grill: This is southern food at its finest.

Maple Street Biscuit Company: There is every biscuit combination imaginable. This is a must eat for breakfast or brunch. You have to try the Mac and Cheese there also.

Treylor Park: This was my favorite place we ate while there. They had the best and cutest signature drinks. Treylor Park is the place to go for lunch and drinks. We also ate a bacon brownie there and it was a combination I had never tried before. Grapeful Dead and Pina Coolatte are the two signature drinks I tried in the pictures below.

Activities and places to see

Savannah has so much history and cute buildings that it is worth taking a tour to learn all about this historical southern city.

Old Savannah Tours:

The tour we took was called Old Savannah Tours. It was $35 for hop on and hop off. If you want to stay on the tour and not get off the first time you can. There are 16 stops and it takes you all over the Old Historic District of Savannah. The tour guide was so informative. He told us all the history with each statue, square, building, and even movies filmed in Savannah. I learned many interesting facts on this tour. You can get off and on and any of the stops to view any area you are interested in seeing. You can also park there for free when you go on the tour and they bring you back to where your car is parked.

Wormsloe State Historic Site:

This place is what everyone thinks of when they visit Savannah. It was the amazing trees that line the walk way and they are filled with Spanish moss hanging on them. This adds such a southern historic touch to the site. Wormsloe State Historic Site was around 16 minutes from the historic district of Savannah, but it is worth the drive. You can pay to go on into the park or just merely ask the park guide if you can grab a photo if you don‘t plan on staying.

Riverfront Plaza:

This is a 9 block pedestrian plaza with cobblestone streets. It has shops that you can walk in and out of while you are getting a view of the Riverfront.


We stayed at the Courtyard Marriott in the South Historic District of Savannah. It was in great relation to the tours, food, and sites.

  • Hilton Head, South Carolina is just an hour drive and it is worth visiting also.

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