Embassy Suites Savannah Airport

145 West Mulberry Boulevard, (opening March 12, 2010), Savannah, Georgia, 31322, United States
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The Bird Girl Statue

by GUYON

Is the famous statue : The Bird Girl Statue famous because of the film Midnight in The Garden of the Good and Evil, is still in the Old Bonaventure Cemetary ?
Thanks
RAY

RE: The Bird Girl Statue

by rexvaughan

Unfortunately Ray, the popularity of the novel and the hordes of tourists visiting the cemetery caused the statue to be removed for its safety. It can now be seen at Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah. Alternatively I have a copy in my front garden.

RE: RE: The Bird Girl Statue

by GUYON

I will certainly come to see your statue.

RE: The Bird Girl Statue

by TheView

Its a wonderful statue ...and film. I got the music from the film its realy cool love that Clint him self is singing. Kevin Spacey is a very good singer to beside his great acting.

RE: The Bird Girl Statue

by lemonpie

I went to Bonaventure Cemetary very early in the morning (7 am) looking for the statue and did not find it. I did get some really cool photos though. They are on my homepage. :)

RE: The Bird Girl Statue

by Milaandra

According to the travel guides, the statue has been moved to the art gallery.

Travel Tips for Savannah

Check Out That Iron Work...

by kidkilowatt

There is a history behind Savannah's iron work and it can be seen all throughout the historic city. Just stop by fences or iron trims on the houses as you stroll through Savannah and admire the beauty of this iron work. If you are really interested, you should take a tour of the Savannah iron work.

Try this website: www.seesavannah.com/iron2.htm

It is hot as a fire cracker in the summer

by nc_rebel

If you go to Savannah in the summer then make sure you pack shorts, sandals, and shades. Sunscreen too if you go to the beach (i.e. Tybee). The large Oak trees in the historic district provide lots of shade while walking through the city so you really don't need sunscreen when walking around. Make sure you have comfortable shoes. You can spend a long time walking around this beautiful city. Bring the appropriate lens for your camera. Many of the buildings are hard to get a good photo of. If you spend a lot of time walking around then make sure you bring or buy bottled water. WARNING, the local water out of the tap is horrible.

Wormsloe Plantation

by Dutchnatasja

Located approximately 10 miles southeast of downtown Savannah, the plantation was established in 1737 by Noble Jones, one of the first British colonists who arrived in Georgia with General James E. Oglethorpe. A plantation house built in 1828 stands at the site, as does the remains of the original house built by Noble. A museum displays artifacts.

The entrance to Wormsloe Plantation is probably just what most Americans think of when talking about a Southern Coastal plantation. The picturesque arch leading to quiet country lane lined with live oak trees.

Wormsloe Plantation is worth the drive if only to see the welcoming mile-long driveway lined with huge live oak trees.

Address:
State Historic Site
7601 Skidaway Rd
Savannah, GA 31406

Directions:
Take I-16 to exit 164A (I-516 / W. F. Lynes Pkwy). Take I-516 to the end, where it becomes S.R. 21, then continue on to Skidaway Rd, a total of 6.6 miles. Turn right on Skidaway and continue for 2.8 miles to the entrance to Wormsloe on the right.

Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday 2–5:30 p.m.
Closed Monday (except holidays), Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day.

Plenty of nightclubs &...

by brkilbourne

Plenty of nightclubs & partying. Savannah Colloge of Art & Design is here. Lots of young people who are different. Jass, rock counry, blues, folk. Most are around ' City Market' Restored area of downtown.

Great place for a fast lunch

by soundsgoodtome about B. Matthews Bakery

This bakery is right across the street from the long park that overlooks river street and the river. They have a large selection of pastas, sandwiches, and pastries. The sandwiches here are really good, and they have a large selection of meats, cheeses, and bread to create your own with. They are made with the freshest ingredients, just like a good local bakery should be. My mom and sister tried the greek pasta salad, however, and they did not like the cheese on it so much that they couldn't eat half of it. We didn't try desert, but they looked very good and freshly made. A Savannah tradition that should not be looked over is the flavored tea. B Matthews has the best peach mango tea I have ever had, nobody that likes tea should come here without trying it. They add the flavor to already made tea, so you can have it sweet or unsweet. The sweet tea here is very sweet, even to my liking, so you may want to have them fill your cup with half sweet/half unsweet so it tastes just right.

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Address: 145 West Mulberry Boulevard, (opening March 12, 2010), Savannah, Georgia, 31322, United States