06 July 2016

Savannah: What Should We Do?


3 Day Weekend
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3 Day Work Week
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Another 3 Day Weekend?

I could get used to this kind of schedule.
 
I've been looking forward to this weekend all summer long. We're headed down to Savannah for a long weekend of hanging out with family and some of our favorite people as we celebrate the marriage of two of our friends.
 
We've had this weekend on the books since last fall and I am so glad that it's finally here!
 
But I need a little help from y'all. Patrick and I have both been to Savannah before but both of our trips were for bachelor/bachelorette style weekends so we haven't done much exploring down there. What do we need to do while we're in town?
 
Our usual standby, checking out the local breweries, doesn't seem like the best fit for this trip. We've both been to the dueling piano bar, we've both been on a pedal pub tour, and we've both walked around on River Street.
 
Let me know - what do y'all recommend we check out while we're in town?
 
Despite the 100 degree temperatures {with a heat index of 113 HOLY COW} in the forecast, I can't wait to set out and walk around the city to see what all it has to offer!

8 comments:

  1. So fun! I would love to go to Savannah and just check out all the gorgeous houses!

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  2. That sounds like such a fun trip! I've always wanted to visit Savannah so I can't wait to hear what you do!

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  3. A long weekend followed by a long weekend - I like it! We've been wanting to go to Savannah so I can't wait to see what you do!

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  4. Love Savannah so much - I think enjoying the riverwalk will be great for you both - just getting some leisurely dinners and lunches in!! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  5. Some of your friends will most likely do this. https://vimeo.com/75183831 It is fun and with the on off deal one gan gain refreshments along the way.

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  6. I live here in gorgeous ole Savannah and as hot as it is we don't walk around much during the summer months, but it's stunning nonetheless. Forsyth Park is a must see IMO. Huey's on Riverstreet has the best beignets I've ever ate, we literally go there just for those but their shrimp and grits aren't too shabby either! I love walking around the different squares and St. Johns Cathedral is also some thing to see, the inside is incredible! Feel free to let me know if you have anymore questions!

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  7. So fun! I love Savannah and can't wait to go back for a weekend once we're settled in Charleston. The last time I was there was for a bach party, but the other times before that I've really enjoyed of course Forsyth Park, and we also did a graveyard tour which was cool. You can definitely skip Paula Deen's buffet, only order off the menu if you go. We actually liked Uncle Bubba's better because of the view from the back porch. Although, I think Bubba's is now closed. The Bohemian hotel was neat and we had a great meal there! Have a blast you guys!

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  8. Wormslow Plantation is awesome! Also Fort Pulaski is neat and you can bike along the water near there. The District Cafe on Broughton Street has amazing champagne smoothies and good lunch. For dinner we loved The Pink House, Alligator Soul and Vic's on the River (ask to sit by the window) We also spent many weekends just walking around the parks and reading random historical markers. I might still have a list of our favorite places to eat if you want it!

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