Exploring Savannah

My parents have lived in Georgia for about three years now, and yet I had never really gone off to explore the state for myself. When Adam and I decided to come to Georgia for three weeks we decided that we wanted to make sure we got out and travelled around the state a bit instead of staying home for the whole trip. With my Dad away on business and the car free, we decided to take a tripΒ to Savannah for a night! I am so glad we did. We tried not to overplan and I was so happy just to walk around and take it all in.

We decided to stay right downtown and chose the B Historic. The reviews said it was a really nice hotel, but some complained because they are undergoing a ton of renovations and the lobby was a bit of a mess. Adam and I didn’t care though, and decided to stay there because the price was probably pretty discounted because of the renovations. Being a bit of a design nerd, I thought it was really fun to watch the hotel come together and have to say that they are doing an amazing job.

Our room was absolutely beautiful. We had a massive fluffy king size bed that I can honestly say was the comfiest bed I’ve ever slept in. I wish I had taken pictures! But if I’m being honest, taking photos was the last thing on my mind. First thing I did when I walked into the room was to run straight for the bed and belly flop on all the pillows. After four hours of driving, I was so happy to flop for a little while. But we didn’t stay there for long! We got right up, grabbed the camera and started exploring the city.

Here are a few pictures from our trip!

House
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
Gate
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
Houses
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
STREET
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
Shutters
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
Stairs
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
River Street
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)
(Photo by: Rowan Morrissy)

Walking through the charming streets of Savannah felt like walking through Disneyland. The entire city is so beautifully picturesque that walking through the streets felt like walking in a dream.

I wish we had stayed in Savannah for longer. I’m sure there is so much that we missed. We will definitely be going back at some point!

Sincerely, Rowan

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