SAVANNAH, GA (July 3, 2013) — Life is good in Savannah’s green country — places to find fun, deliciousness, happy social spots and friendly people.
Get away for some east coast travel in Savannah at Green Palm Inn on Greene Square, plus jazz on the green at the Savannah Jazz Festival, (September 22-28, 2013), and some of The South’s best southern food in Savannah. Just a thought: take Amtrak’s east coast train!
Wade, swim, or surf in the cool grey-green waters of the Atlantic Ocean off Tybee Island. Take in the lush green landscapes. Green is on the menus of Savannah restaurants. Savor the freshest green onions and fried green tomatoes at Alligator Soul (dinner) or Vic’s on the River (lunch and dinner), and green peppercorn sauce at Olde Pink House restaurant.
Don’t forget Green Palm Inn lodging on Greene Square — where good things come in small packages. Yes, indeed! It’s an indulging, good life where green palm fronds rustle in the breeze.
Come stay a few days in historic Savannah, and check into an historic cottage state of mind. It’s a good life!
ABOUT GREEN PALM INN
Green Palm Inn, c. 1897. Steps from Greene Square in the Savannah’s National Landmark Historic District, this cozy B&B inn has 4 guest rooms and suites, each with private bath, several with working fireplaces. Fodors 2002 The Carolinas and Georgia called the gingerbread cottage lodging “a little gem of an inn.” Restored with modern-day comfort, the Savannah B&B inn — known for its “Softer Side of Savannah” mantra and friendly getaway spot reputation — is only a few walking blocks from cultural and historic attractions.