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God’s Day: Savannah’s Sabbath-like Appearance

Historic Savannah house of worship steepes | Photo (c) Jim Byous Photography

SAVANNAH Georgia — Today in Savannah the ”Sabbath-like appearance” is one of lush greenery, paved streets and clean walkways rather than the dirt streets, squares and walkways in 1886. This is in summer, spring, …Continue

Forsyth Park’s Town Green Knolls and Fountain

Forsyth Park Fountain (Featured Slider)

SAVANNAH Georgia — Bed and breakfast guests will ask about our Savannah inn’s top ten list of vacation spots in the Landmark Savannah Historic District. The world famous French fountain (ca. 1858) in Forsyth Park is THE first …Continue

Color Savannah Green in March!

Color Savannah Green in March!

Today is 2012 St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah!  It’s in vogue — actually expected — to wear lots of green, eat more green things, and (we like to say) stay at Green …Continue

A Fresh Idea for Fare in Downtown Savannah: 17Hundred90 Restaurant

A Fresh Idea for Fare in Downtown Savannah: 17Hundred90 Restaurant

I love to introduce authentic Savannah to my bed and breakfast guests. Recently, it  was a treat for me to learn that an old favorite — 17Hundred90 Restaurant — was newly in …Continue