We took a trolley tour around historic downtown Savannah, and I have to say that is the best way to familiarize yourself with a new place. You get a brief look into lots of different areas in a relatively short amount of time, and you learn a ton of interesting facts about local history and culture. After the tour, we enjoyed lunch at a local restaurant, Moon River Brewing Co, sampled and bought fresh pralines at Savannah Candy Kitchen (YUM!), perused Colonial Park Cemetery, browsed the outdoor market, and witness a huge container ship coming into the port.
|Talmadge Memorial Bridge|
|One of the 22 squares in historic downtown Savannah|
|World War II Memorial - "A World Apart"|
|Paula Deen's The Lady & Sons Restaurant|
|Container ship approaching Port of Savannah|
|The Waving Girl Statue - honors a woman who waved at every passing ship for 44 years!|
|Checking out the Spanish moss|
After church on Easter Sunday, we took Belinda to Beaufort to show her the air station (where Kevin works) and the charming downtown area. We enjoyed lunch on the patio at Q on Bay, and then we discovered an incredible local art gallery.
Belinda, we absolutely loved having you here and we are already looking forward to your next visit! Thank you so much for coming to see us!