Travel Photography Photos tagged as savannah
US 17 suspension bridge near Savannah
Savannah originally had 24 town squares, only 21 remain. Many have statues or monuments
Mom wanted to figure out how to make 'roses' from palmetto leaves, so purchased a small bunch from this fellow
The trolley drove down this street several times, very rough ride
Most of these buildings were originally cotton wharehouses, not shops
We didn't take one of these, but could see them from River Street.
They serve a lunch buffet, which we decided to try. I liked it, Mom didn't care for the food as much.
This was believed to be a frequent haunt for mariners, not always of the law abiding sort. The small building in the center (behind the tree) is believed to be the oldest structure surviving in Georgia.
The bell and cupola were on top of the original cotton exchange . The bell is dated 1802 and was imported from Amsterdam. It is believed to be the oldest in Georgia.
We decided to take a guided tour of Savannah since our time was limited and we wanted to learn as much as we could in the time available
Several prominant actors have contributed to the restoration of this theater.
Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts and her home is owned by the organization. It is furnished as it looked in 1886, just before her wedding.
We spent a little time in the City Market area, especially at the Fudge shop.
This was featured in the movie, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" and is where Kevin Spacey stayed during filming.
This looks very much like a Parisian fountain, popular in the 1800's. The fountain was ordered from Page 5 of a New York mail order catelog however.
This building was constructed between 1855 and 1859 by slaves after their days work on the plantation was done
These are now law offices and were featured in the movie, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil". It was originally built as a private residence.