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4 Unmissables in Savannah, Spring 2014, According to Green Palm Inn B&B

Civil War Savannah GA illustration | Robert Knox Sneden / Virginia Historical Society

SAVANNAH Georgia — Tourists who visit Savannah are amazed at this historic city’s wonderfully modern cafe society, how easy it is to sportively take happy chances for last minute trips, how contentedly …Continue

Savannah, A Christmas Gift: Southern City in the Civil War Cross-Hairs (1861-1865)

Christmas lantern evenings at Fort Pulaski National Monument | Photo: National Park Service

SAVANNAH Georgia (November 12, 2013) — The South’s storytelling makes history come alive. Come for a Savannah visit during the Christmas holidays — a time centric to the American Civil War when …Continue

15 Tips: Best Ways to Travel Like a Local

In Savannah Johnny Mercer statue in Ellis Square | Photo (c) James Byous Photography

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA – Innkeeper Diane McCray at Green Palm Inn‘s cozy historic district cottage, believes that three words will describe Savannah’s “Hostess City of the South” – jolly, generous, winsome. It was literary great William Makepeace …Continue

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

Savannah GA & Civil War Sesquicentennial (2011-2015)

SAVANNAH Georgia — America’s Civil War (1861-1865) touched Savannah and Georgia in heartbreak, lost lives and commerce. Ultimately, Savannah was spared from destruction, and presented as a Christmas gift to President Abraham …Continue