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Bonaventure Cemetery Tours
"Bonaventure Cemetery Tours - Stories EternalOscar Wilde called it ""Incomparable."" John Berendt gave it to the world in the pages of ""Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil."" Through 250 years few cemeteries have touched the hearts and minds of artists and people as has Bonaventure. Saying the name to a Savannahian is like speaking of their fondest friend. Let us guide you through her 100+ acres and reveal things that simply can't be understood or experienced by simply going there on your own. Like a great dinner party a part of Bonaventure's ritual is having a local make your acquaintance to all of the interesting characters but before introducing you
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Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours
"Since 1995 Sixth Sense Savannah Ghost Tours™ has been the leader in uncovering Savannah's haunted heritage. From voodoo rituals to exorcismsSixth Sense has seen it all. Now's your chance to learn from the experts why Savannah has been deemed ""America's Most Haunted City!"" Savannah is a city like no other. Here the spirits of the dead walk the streets with the living and houses are o hags human possessions hidden cemeteries disembodied spirits
From $30.00
 
Savannah Historic and Secret East Side Food Tour
"Bring your appetite and begin your walking tour on Savannah's famed Liberty Street. As you stroll through some of the many peaceful pretty squares on the district's east side your knowledgeable local guide will talk about Savannah's rich history regal architecture and singularly southern culture.  Your first stop will be Smith Brothers Butcher Shop Savannah’s oldest butcher shop with much more than carved meats. From there make your way to other famous restaurants and some out-of-the-way finds which may include 17Hundred90 Inn & Restaurant
From $57.00

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Visit Fort Pulaski National Monument Near Savannah

While in Savanna, be sure to visit Fort Pulaske: now Called Fort Pulaski National MonumentThe fort is located on Cockspur Island. Pass the junction of US 80 across Whitemarsh Island, Turner Creek, and...
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Typical Southern Mansions

Savannah's historic district is adjacent to the Nantucket Clipper's dock on River Street. Savannah brims with southern cultural allure, drawing throngs in search of history, art, architecture and...
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Melt in your mouth pralines!

I never make a trip to Savannah without finding some of the wonderful pralines which are a Southern treat that I think actually has French origins. It is brown sugar, butter and pecans - how could you...
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Trolley Tours

Originally, I intended to take the Gray Line tour, which is one of several available. They advertise that tours depart every 30 minutes from the Visitor's Center and Gray Line central (free parking)....
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A Bit Of Gory History

Stop by the Lucas Theater at 32 Abercorn and see if you can find the bullet holes from a supposed drive-by shooting in prohibition times in which several people (I think 11) were killed. The bullet...
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Check Out That Iron Work...

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...
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Come With An Appetite

Serving sizes were huge in Savannah in most of the restauratns we visited, but everything is so good that it was hard to stop eating, even when we knew we should call it quits. Come to Savannah with...
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Don't Rush, Just Soak It All In...

Savannah is such a beautiful city to walk around. Do walk as much as possible in soak in your surrounds. Living in New York, I see many benches but never before have I had the desire to sit down on...
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Skidaway Island

The Science Museum is a wonderfull place for children, with an aquarium, short trail system and picnic tables. Can be added to visit to the Skidaway Island State park ( camping, trails, pool. or a...
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A city of monuments

Never before have I seen so many monuments in a U.S. city outside of Washington, D.C. They seem to dole out monuments to every Tom, Dick and Harry. I'd hate to have lived in 1700s Savannah and not...
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A City of Parks

Never have I seen a city with so many small beautiful parks. In the downtown area between the river and Hall Street there are about 25 manicured parks. I picked a perfect time to visit as all the...
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Savannah's historic district

Either take a bike, trolley, car or carraige ride, but you must go to the Historic District of Savannah. It's a wonderful place full of great photo shots at every turn, so bring your camera and lots...
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Factors Walk

Business used to be conducted from the decks of ships and wharfs, so cotton factors used to set up shop here on the W. side of Bay Street. These were the 1st offices and warehouses and the walk is...
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Walking in Savannah

This is definitely a city you where you can walk around. It's laid out in a grid system, with "squares" everywhere. These little open areas have live oaks and beautiful architecture surrounding them...
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Top Hotels in Savannah

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123 Habersham Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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5 West Jones Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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123 E Broughton St, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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508 East Factors Walk, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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14 Barnard Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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411 West Bay Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States
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Top Things to Do in Savannah

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River Street

While River Street is becoming a tourist mecca, it is still the happening place in Savannah. Walking along the streets we admire the transformation of warehouses and factor houses to hotels, inns,...
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Forsyth Park

The best known feature of Forsyth Park is the large fountain that sits at the north end of Forsyth Park. The fountain was built in 1858. It resembles a few other fountains found around the world,...
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Trolley and Carriage Tours

Our 45-foot charter motorcoach could not maneuver through the narrow streets of Savannah, so Tauck divided us 37 tourists into two groups, each using a vehicle and guide from Old Savannah Tours. I...
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Bonaventure Cemetary

More pics from my visit here ... even though we were only in town for 2 days we came here twice so that lets you know home much I enjoyed strolling around this peaceful gorgeous cemetery. Some find...
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Ghost Tours

The Ghost Tour is great! If you love things paranormal this is the tour for you. The guides are super nice & knowledgeable. Loved this tour! I have been on the tour twice and have had an awesome,...
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Riverboats

This is a nice cruise up and down the Savannah River a good to get a view of the city from the river. Since Savannah is a port city, the primary scenery once you are outside the River Street area is...
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Pawtuxet

"Sultry, Mysterious Savannah"
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deecat

"An Exotic, Steamy Woman Heats Up Georgia!"
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doug48

"savannah, georgia"
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cobrioc

"SAVANNAH SCENE"
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TexasDave

"Don't Miss Savannah"
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