River Street runs through the historic district and the riverfront. If you walk down the street you can get to know the ... More
River Street runs through the historic district and the riverfront. If you walk down the street you can get to know the different districts while admiring the historical buildings and landmarks. The cobblestone River Street in the riverfront district is also the home of the St. Patrick's Day Parade and the monthly First Saturday Arts and Crafts Festival. This street also provides great shopping stores and restaurants.
Lots of shops and decent casual dining (if you can be seated away from the sports bar TVs). Take a lunch and sit by the "Walking Girl" statue and watch the river go by for an hour. But don't let River street be your total Savannah experience, however. The city is imminently walkable and infinitly interesting. Wear reasonable shoes as walking some of the cobblestone pavement patches can be tough. Enjoy!
River Street in THE place to see in Savannah. Less crowded during the week. If you go you must stop for Pralines at River Street Sweets. See the tug boats and The Waving Girl Statue. The resturants are wonderful and plenty of bars to cool off in.
Savannah offers about 30 ghost tours, but the Hearse Tours is the only one that provides a pick up and
involves a ride on a real hearse. The unusual but thoroughly enjoyable tour through Savannah's cemeteries, streets and haunted ...
Located in Savannah's Historic District the Hampton Inn is walking distance to Paula Deen's Famous Lady and Son's Restaurant, River
Street, SCAD, and City Market. The hotel is steps from the Telfair Museum of Art, Jepson Center, antiques shops, ...
Originally an earthen fort established during the Revolutionary War, Old Fort Jackson's brick structure was built in 1808, and was
further developed between 1845 and 1860. The fort sits on the bank of the Savannah River and is surrounded ...