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I am a sucker for historical cities & towns! Living in Charleston I can't seem to get enough! I recently had the pleasure of spending a few days in Savannah, GA. It was close enough to drive, but far enough away to be.. a mini vacation.. or getaway. Whatever you wanna call it, it was an amazing stay! Savannah, established in 1733 is the oldest city in the state of Georgia. It is full of cobblestone streets, parks, historic buildings & homes, and so much more I could go on for days!
Due to limited time I wasn't able to explore nearly as much as Id hoped to of this beautiful place. We spent most of our time downtown and a short time down at the Riverwalk. I do plan to visit again soon and capture more of the historic homes and spend more time at the Riverwalk, so stay tuned!
SO! Here is a quick recap of our brief visit to Savannah!
Our Hotel: The Andaz Hotel
Take a peak back to my previous post HERE to read all about this hotel and just
why it was so amazing!
Our Lunch of Choice: The Kayak Kafe!
This place was absolutely to die for. The staff, chef, & owner were all so friendly and accomidating! And the food.. oh my gosh take me back NOW! Read more in detail about our lunch
HERE on my Kayak Kafe post!
Dinner Time at Tequila's Town
Wholly moley I cant even begin to say enough fabulous things about this place. Some of the most amazing authentic Mexican cuisine I've had to date. Read all about it for yourself HERE on my Tequila's Town post.
And don't forget to swing by the famous Paris Market while you are in town! Be sure to snag a coffee and some of their delicious macaroons while you browse the shop, or sit on the patio and watch the beauty of the city unfold around you!
That's a wrap for now! Stay tuned to future visits to Savannah!