We traveled to Savannah for a week with our friends and their little one. Savannah's a place I've wanted to visit for a while now and I somehow convinced the rest of the crew to come along too. Steve kept asking me the weeks leading up to the trip, "So why are we going there anyway?" I tried explaining that it's a city with a lot of history and it's really pretty but that didn't sound like a reason for us to drive 14 hours to get there in his mind. He was game though and for that I was very appreciative. I still don't think he knew what to expect until we got there.
We stayed in a nice little apartment in the historic district which was right in the heart of everything. We did lots of walking (in 90+ degree weather), had a great tour by Savannah Dan whose wearing the stylish suit and hat above, ate a ton of great food which will have it's own post later and relaxed. Some of the highlights of Savannah were visiting the creepy yet beautiful Bonaventure Cemetery, touring the Owens-Thomas House, walking the riverfront, strolling the many streets and squares of this beautiful city and visiting Old Fort Jackson. There were fountains for the kiddos to run through and lots of friendly people sitting out enjoying all that Savannah has to offer. If you've ever thought of visiting, I can say that you definitely should. Beautiful, southern city with lots of personality.