Sunday, September 16, 2018

Savannah, Georgia Travel Guide

Hey y'all! Ivan and I recently made a trip to Savannah, Georgia and I wanted to put together a quick travel guide for those that are planning a trip there! We spent two days there and also drove out to Tybee Island to check out the beach and it was a much needed adventure for us! Savannah is absolutely beautiful; we fell in love with the Spanish willow trees, and thriving with history! Take a look at some of the places we visited, restaurants we recommend and things we did during our stay!
Telfair Museums:
Owens-Thomas House//Jepson Center//Telfair Academy

We visited three museums while there for $20/person and the pass was good for one week!

2 Cracked Eggs//Huey's on The River//Fannies On the Beach//Bernie's Oyster House

If you love homemade breakfast/brunch, then order the corned beef hash at 2 Cracked Eggs and get their coffee! Our server Christine was so sweet and it was a cozy yet busy spot! Also, order the seafood omelette at Huey's and get some fresh beignets for a New Orleans vibe!

Lunch at the beach at Fannie's had an awesome view, and plenty of seafood to go around. Ivan ordered the crawfish and it was only $10/lb!

If you're an oyster lover, go to Bernie's Oyster House. A dozen oysters for $10.75 and a bucket to shuck your own for $15.95! Great little hole in the wall to serve your seafood cravings.

Things to do:
Forsyth Park//River Street//Tybee Island//Bonaventure Cemetery

Everywhere you look, downtown Savannah was picture perfect. The buildings, and architecture were so beautiful and intricate and every corner told a story. The dive bars, boutiques and views along River Street were busy with tourists but a must see along Savannah River. And Tybee Island was only a 45 minute drive! We walked the pier and witnessed a man catch a shark so that was definitely a sight to see! Bonaventure Cemetery was huge and home to decades of history. I would highly recommend if you're into that sort of thing (lol!).

*We had to park & pay almost EVERYWHERE so keep that mind. You will do a lot of walking but make sure to optimize your time wherever you decide to go. I found it easier to pay online or you can download the app to pay for parking!

Hope y'all enjoyed! 

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