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Trip Report Trip Report - Savannah

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Spent a wonderful 48 hours in Savannah, after a few days in Charleston (in a separate trip report). And really it was shorter than that bc we had to get our car fixed which took a whole afternoon. Summary and links to blog entries with more info:

1. Mrs. Wilkes' Dining Room - waited 2 hours but it was more than worth it. Best fried chicken ever. http://www.eatdreamtravel.com/2012/01/mrs-wilkes-dining-room.html

2. Olde Pink House - a great choice for dinner. Get the red fish special if they have it, or the crispy flounder. We ended up sitting in the downstairs bar area, which was great because we were able to hear the wonderful piano playing and singing.

3. Savannah Dan walking tour - it's as good as all the reviews say. Do it!
http://www.eatdreamtravel.com/2012/01/savannah-dan-and-synagogue.html

4. Riverfront. Our hotel was there, but really it's kind of tacky and full of touristy stuff. Nothing is far apart in Savannah, but the area near the historic squares is prettier, in my opinion.

http://www.eatdreamtravel.com/2012/01/charleston-vs-savannah-porches-or.html (on the squares, and a bit on Charleston too)

5. Bonaventure Cemetery - beautiful, especially if you're into photography. But better perhaps with a tour or some information to give context. http://www.eatdreamtravel.com/2012/01/bonaventure-cemetery-savannah.html

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