We’re home and just starting to recover from all the vacation happenings. Anyone else go on vacation and then need to come home to a vacation from their vacation? Definitely not complaining, though. Savannah in the spring is magical. I’d highly recommend a trip down there (up there?) if you’ve never been.
When we take a trip, we like to fly by the seat of our pants. I did spend a lot of time researching where we should stay, but we didn’t have many set plans for when we arrived. I started a Pinterest board for Savannah but other than that, we were just going to be wild and crazy travelers that went where the wind took us.
Here are some of the places the wind took us:
Sly’s Sliders & Fries (Try not to eat the whole basket of fries, I dare you.)
Blowin’ Smoke Cantina (One of my favorite places we ate.)
Juliette Gordon Low House (The founder of the Girl Scout’s childhood home; Ellie is a Girl Scout so she got a badge for taking the tour and we got a family discount since I was a Girl Scout all the way back in elementary school. #score)
Old Savannah Tours (There are three trolley companies that run tours in Savannah; I highly recommend this one, each trolley guide tells his/her own stories of the city, they don’t have scripted tours like the other places. Each time we hopped on a trolley, a different personality greeted us and shared his/her perspective of Savannah. If it was just Chris and I, we would have stayed on the trolleys all day to hear the stories.)
Walking around Savannah, you feel like you’re in a dream or maybe a really great movie. The place is just so beautiful, it’s surreal. Come back tomorrow for more adventuring and check out Instagram for more pictures (it is almost impossible to narrow down eight days of Savannah into 5-7 pictures for a blog post).