Savannah is Like a Box of Chocolates
3-Day Savannah City Experience – USA
Savannah is a picturesque coastal city on the banks of the Savannah River and famous for its manicured parks and squares lined with beautiful period buildings. You can sense the Spanish and French influences as soon as you arrive but will also be delighted with the southern hospitality you receive and the stunning food this city has to offer.
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On arrival at the airport, go through customs, pick up your suitcase from the baggage claim and follow the signs to the car rental station to pick up your new car that you will be traveling in for the coming weeks. As soon as you arrive in the city you will feel immersed in the Spanish and French influences. You will be spending the next two nights in a conveniently located hotel, right by the waterfront and in the centre of the city. Savannah is a great place to relax and known as the city of parks and squares, one of which you may notice is the famous setting from the film Forrest Gump.
Wander Savannah and Beyond
Wake up early the following day and have breakfast overlooking the waterfront. Then it is time to head away from the river and explore the parks and squares the city is famous for. Many say the city is haunted and there is a city tour you can book locally that tells you all about why and what creepy legends to be on the lookout for. The Bonaventure Cemetery, located just outside the city, is well worth a visit, and is where you will find many unusual tombstones. In the afternoon, grab your rental car and drive a little further to Tybee Island and unwind on the lovely sandy beaches.
Today you will really start your Deep South tour and drive South to Charleston for more coastal colonial charm. Alternatively, if you have already made your way through the south, why not head north through the Appalachian Mountains to Washington DC and start to explore the North East and New England.
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