Thursday, July 30, 2015

May-September Romance Epitomized By A Southern USA City: Savannah, Georgia USA

SAVANNAH Georgia -- The mature landscaping, historic architecture, and the playful, competitive spirit of Savannah make this beautiful city an easy vision of the bubbly to nonchalant May-September romance!


Happy Hour in Savannah can be cocktails and spuds at The Crystal Beer Parlor or a root beer float or ice cream malt with the jukebox playing nostalgic tunes at Leopold's Ice Cream.

On any given day one might find art and the arts mixing happily in the rotunda Telfair Museum, the south's oldest museum. Swing dancing, musical concerts, and yoga are scheduled often. 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Turning the Corner in Savannah GA To Picture Perfect Scenes Near Romantic B&B Inns Downtown

SAVANNAH Georgia -- Don't you love turning a corner and finding photogenic scenes? Below are a few snippets showcasing a few of historic Savannah's romantic places near the privately owned Romantic Inns in Savannah, GA.

Capture the aura of historic Savannah right in the hub of the Landmark Historic District! Get away and enjoy fall, winter, spring or summer in the city, Savannah style. 

1895 Inn ... Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is out the front door, turn left and walk one block. You'll spot the spires through the trees!

Armstrong Inns B&B ...  Walk out the front door to Mother Mathilda Beasley park, honoring an African American Catholic pioneer. Bike or walk the trail.

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Catherine Ward House ... Forsyth Park is out the door, turn right! Drop in for a comfort break or cool beverage if you're walking the Bull Street corridor at the Forsyth Park Cafe.

Forsyth Park Inn ... Walk down the front steps and through Forsyth Park to Betty Bomber's, a canteen style, World War II themed, All-American cafe.  We can hear the music now, the Bugle Boys of Company B!

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Green Palm Inn ... Walk out the front door to East Broad Street, turn left to dine at Cha Bella, organic farm to fork supper and fabulous Sunday buffet brunch. 

McMillian Inn ... Walk down the stairs from parlor level, day or night, and turn right to explore allure of Forsyth Park! Nightlife is magical in the 30-acre park and Arboretum.

Olde Savannah Inn ... Walk out the door and turn left to take in the beauty of Armstrong Mansion overlooking Gaston Street. Entitled "On a summer stroll", this photo portrays the founding home of Armstrong College, now the law office where Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil was filmed.

Presidents' Quarters Inn ... Walk out the parking lot and turn right to take the romance of the world famous Owens-Thomas House. Enjoying a hero's welcome to Savannah, American Revolutionary General Marquis de Lafayette spoke to the grateful citizens of Savannah from the balcony overlooking President Street following the war.

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Savannah Villas ... From the Broughton Street town home you'll be a stroll away from historic theatres and Leopold's Ice Cream.

Zeigler House Inn ... Walk down the steps to the Jones Street sidewalk, turn right and enjoy a southern lunch (only) at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room and beautiful, romantic and natural backdrops for romantic photos in Orleans Square, and Mercer House (setting of John Berendt's New York Times best seller novel and Clint Eastwood's movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil). 

Are you ready for a getaway to Savannah, Georgia? Our Romantic Inns tourism stars have more insider tips awaiting your call and visit to this top destination city. We hope to see you soon and often!

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