It has become almost like a crossword puzzle or playing Jeopardy! to find and point to fresh ideas of what to see and what to do in Savannah! We are encouraged by the “Where in Savannah?” series enough to continue.
Below are more recent tidbits, the way we share them through Twitter — in 140 characters or less. We hope that you enjoy them, and we welcome your comments.
“Be curious. Stay curious. It’s the surest way to end up in an interesting or original place.” —Tom Farrey
Where in Savannah … Old quarrel? Colonial Park holds grave of famed duelist, Button Gwinnett, GA signer of Declaration of Independence.
Where in Savannah … Southern theater? Grand Forsyth Park picnic — wine, nibbles, chairs, smiles, music: Jazz Sep 18-25.
Where in Savannah … Uppity Scotch? Molly MacPherson’s Scottish Pub & Grill (largest selection of single malts in Southeast GA) **Note: we saw within a day of posting this that bridesmaids had a fun outing at Molly’s!
Where in Savannah … Delicious stories? A passion for auto speed in America was born w/Grand Prix racing in #Savannah! http://ow.ly/6aSB6
Nothing so liberalizes a man and expands the kindly instincts that nature put in him as travel…. – Mark Twain
Where in Savannah … Sailor ally? French officer, Capt. Denis Cottineau (buried in Colonial Park), was loyal to America’s John Paul Jones.
Where in Savannah … Strumming gypsies? Randy Woods Guitars (Gypsy Hombres, Saturday, Aug 27) http://ow.ly/68Urn
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