Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Let's Travel to Quiet Savannah GA USA on Tuesday in 2014!

SAVANNAH Georgia (January 1, 2014) -- No one says to give up the non-stop romantic weekend getaways.  A new idea comes from Romantic Inns in Savannah for the folks who enjoy quiet getaway travel, just for personal time and quiet new experiences.

"Maybe it's time for simply a couple's getaway without the kids or a nice pause from work," says Green Palm Inn innkeeper, Diane McCray. "We think you will love a few Tuesday trip ideas in Savannah, GA USA!" 

Looking at the 2014 calendar, we find even the popular holidays falling on Tuesday are just about the quietest days for a Savannah, Georgia trip -- Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras, March 4), April Fool's Day (April 1), Earth Day (April 22), and Veterans' Day (November 11). 
I aimlessly travel, meaning I have no agenda other than to get small in the world, be quiet and observe people. -- Walton Goggins 
Here are a few quiet Savannah, Georgia trip ideas with emphasis on quiet Tuesdays! 

In January 2014 get away for a quiet culinary tasting trip during Savannah Restaurant Week (January 24 - February 2, 2014) on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.  Prix fixe menus abound at top local restaurants and artisan cafes in downtown Savannah and Tybee Island (only 20 minutes drive from the historic district). They're romantic spots, too, that offer quiet time and quiet places to try new foods and Savannah dining spots affordably and unhurried.
A happy life must be to a great extent a quiet life, for it is only in an atmosphere of quiet that true joy dare live. -- Bertrand Russell

In February 2014, SCAD's deFine Art showcases its contemporary and fine art, opening on Tuesday, February 18, 2014. The event is February 18 - 24, 2014.
Just as long as something is gained, a lesson is learned. I do like those. The more quiet victories are always great. -- Jon Heder
In March 2014, make Tuesday a music-packed day during the Savannah Music Festival -- March 20 - April 5, 2014. Starting with concerts at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, surprisingly these are music-filled weekdays with blues, mandolin and qawwali music, jazz piano, lunchtime and evening guitar concerts.
The best physicians are Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet, and Dr. Merryman. -- Daniel D. Palmer
Tuesday is a great day to try recommendations from Annette White's "Bucket List of 25 Things to Do in Savannah".  "City art museums and mansion museums that are closed on Monday are open on Tuesday. The long lines at popular restaurants on weekends in Savannah are shorter or non existent on Tuesday," adds Zeigler House Inn's Jackie Heinz.  
When I write I find a quiet place. -- Lianne La Havas
April 22, 2014, is Earth Day -- an ideal day for a trip in Savannah to experience nature's beauty in springtime. Once called "Forest City", you'll want to visit the urban forest of Forsyth Park's Arbitorium, Tybee Island beach, and walk the famous Savannah squares (mini garden parks) that dot the National Landmark Historic District.
But being quiet and meditating on sound is something completely different and will be discovered very soon by a lot of people who feel that the visual world doesn't reach their soul anymore. -- Karlheinz Stockhausen
When one gets out on the Georgia coast waterways around Savannah, you'll hear the sounds of nature -- the Atlantic Ocean waves and shore birds at Tybee Island beach. Take a Georgia Barrier Island day trip with Wilderness Southeast, Bull River Marina's boat tours, or a Capt. Mike's Dolphin Tour near Tybee. Kayaking tours are available to get out on Johnny Mercer's famous "Moon River", near Skidaway Island State Park, and Little Tybee Island.

By now, we hope we have painted a mental picture of how delightful and quiet Tuesdays are in Savannah. Get here if you can! The privately owned bed and breakfasts of Romantic Inns in Savannah will have more quiet ideas for your Savannah, Georgia trip on Tuesday or any day.

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