SAVANNAH, Georgia — The Port of Savannah’s competitiveness strives to be known as the “first port”* — the first port of call for inbound ships, arriving in the United States of America with loads of goods from world ports. That’s the reality during the 18th and 19th century days of sailing ships and in today’s commercial, international shipping.
That eagerness by Savannah, Georgia, to be “first port” holds true for USA tourism as well!
One unique vantage point comes from one Savannah traveler, OxleysAdventures. He shares a narrative of a Savannah visit, arriving by freighter, awaiting the pilot and tug, which pushes the freighter to it’s final destination. Plus, he shares Savannah points of interest during his port call experience. You may enjoy reading those insights.
Green Palm Inn is an ideal first point of call during your Savannah visit. From this popular Savannah bed and breakfast your things to do, places to go or eat, including festival and events, are your call! Innkeeper Diane McCray Crews is a Savannah tourism star, and fabulous source for Savannah insider information to enjoy the best of Savannah.
An aromatic, gourmand’s breakfast will be a tantalizing wake up call during each day of your stay at this popular Savannah bed and breakfast. Afternoon desserts, and evening wine with homemade hors d’oeuvres set the pace for a social supper in one of Savannah’s chic cafes or farm to table restaurants.
Savannah Insider’s Tip (Folks named Nichols own and run the popular Crystal Beer Parlor, a must-dine eatery!) —
“Abram Nichols was the first port warden of Savannah, was a member of the first board of fire commissioners, and was the commander of a mosquito fleet, fitted out in Savannah, and sent to Tybee island during the War of 1812 to protect Savannah from an invasion by the British fleet. He was the father of two sons and one daughter, George Nicoll Nichols, being the eldest son and the younger Edward Tattnall Nichols, who died in 1888, having achieved the rank of rear admiral of the United States Navy.” — Source: “A History of Savannah and South Georgia” by William Harden
When you’re ready to call it a day, your private bath and cozy lodging accommodations await!
Diane McCray Crews, a Savannah tourism star and innkeeper at Green Palm Inn will have more Savannah insider tips and recommendations for overnight guests, based on your interests. Come! Enjoy Savannah your way! Just ask Diane when you book your historic Savannah inn lodging at Green Palm Inn.
ABOUT GREEN PALM INN
Featured on Wheel of Fortune, Innkeeper/co-owner Diane McCray Crews touts Green Palm Inn (circa 1897) as “The Softer Side of Savannah”. Originally sea captain cottages, the four-room Gingerbread Classic B&B shares cottage-inn comforts in the quiet of Greene Square’s residential neighborhood in the National Landmark Historic District. Fodor’s guide calls Green Palm Inn a “pleasing little discovery” and “a little gem of an inn”. BedandBreakfast.com named the cottage B&B a top pick for a holiday trip – “Top 10 B&Bs for the Holidays, 2011″. For more information: GreenPalmInn.com; Email GreenPalmInn@aol.com, telephone toll free in USA 888/606-9510, local and international 912/447-8901, 548 East President Street, Savannah, GA USA 31401. Twitter @GreenPalmInn, Facebook, and Pinterest.
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* Source: The National Trust Guide to Savannah by Roulhac Toledano”