Savannah Showers

To say that the weather was challenging during our visit to Savannah would be a slight understatement. We were there for 7 days. It rained, sometimes very heavily, for 6 of those days. But since this is the place I’ve always wanted to visit, we weren’t going to let some rain get us down.

We decided after glancing at a map to take off and wander around the river front area of Savannah. You can get around to almost everything worth seeing just by walking. So while we gorged ourselves on delicious food, we managed to stay active and feel great the entire trip (a big in my book).

As we wandered around from square to square, we were able to learn a lot about the history of the city. Here are some of our favorite sights from our long walks… IMG_2684


IMG_2638 IMG_2632 IMG_2626 IMG_2627 IMG_2611I don’t know if I would ever get sick of this view: IMG_2610 IMG_2607 IMG_3504 IMG_3517

We were able to take a stop in one particular square…


They filmed the Forrest Gump park bench scenes in this square. Unfortunately, they had to remove the bench because people kept trying to steal it. The Mr is a HUGE Forrest Gump fan, so we spent a good bit of time wandering around the square, comparing what we were seeing to what we remembered from the film and what we could pull up on our phones. How did people ever travel without smart phones?!IMG_2603

IMG_2604 There are lots of beautiful places of worship around town:IMG_2601

Mickve Israel Temple, described as third oldest congregation and only neo-gothic Jewish sanctuary in the U. S. You can see the how lovely the sky was in the background.IMG_3520

IMG_3519 IMG_2595 Beautiful colors of brick surround you.IMG_2590 A memorial to WWII veterans from the area.IMG_2587 IMG_2588 Beautiful homes everywhere you look:IMG_3518

IMG_3516   Fosyth Park, because you knew it was coming:



Tomorrow I’ll show you what it looks like when the sun actually shines, and share our favorite place to eat in town!

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