Savannah, Georgia
......................."Home to Parks and Squares"

A beautiful place to visit, especially in the Spring, is this historic southern city containing numerous
parks and twenty-two squares incorporated by the city's original planner. Each of these squares has
its own unique character. Enjoy the pictures below of this gorgeous city.

Recommendations for Historic Savannah

2006: Spring is especially a wonderful time to travel back into this city's history, the humidity is low and the temperature pleasant. The orange and green Old Town Trolley Tours do a great job of providing a comprehensive overview of the historic section with on and off privileges. From the friendly greeting by the Colonel to ongoing narrations by the trolley drivers, you will have a "gracious" time. I especially enjoyed the often hilarious historical narrations by "Net" and Michael. When searching for a place for a quick lunch, a local recommended Zunzi's at 108 East York St. (Stop 8 on the trolley tour). This little hole in the wall offers excellent takeout. College students love the place due to low prices and abundant portions. There are outside tables to the rear of the restaurant but even better, less than a hundred yards away, are the benches in Columbia Square and the opportunity to dine in the shade. Food: 7.5/10. Historic Savannah has twenty-two charming city squares, small parks, that serve as oases of quiet and civility. Click here to visit the web pages for visuals of this enchanting city.

2007: This year we explored another option and used a locally owned company called Old Savannah Tours. While each company has its plusses, I believe the second comes out slightly ahead because of its delivery of comprehensive historic information and "consistently" friendly service. Trolley conductors Susie and Steve do an outstanding job.