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They employ a "hop on, hop off" system. Their narrated tour lasts approximately 90 minutes if you stay on the trolley and listen to the entire loop of 16 stops. We decided to do this first to determine which areas we wanted to visit. Believe me, there are many things to see in Savannah. So many, in fact, that we purchased a two-day ticket which allowed us even more time to travel and board the trolley at our leisure.
There are many touring companies in Savannah. Also, there are a huge variety to choose from. You can take strictly walking tours, ghost tours in the evenings, or history and architecture tours, just to name a few.
HERE. If true, it's a testament to her devotion.
There is no shortage of churches in Savannah today. During the formation of Savannah, however, Catholics were forbidden. Oglethorpe's reasoning for this was that should battles break out when the Spanish (down in Florida) were attempting to cross Georgia to get to the rich state of South Carolina, that Catholics would more than likely side with the Spanish because most of Spain was Catholic at that time.
Leopold's Ice Cream on East Broughton Street. Leopold's was founded in 1919 by three brothers from Greece and has remained operating within the family since that time.
Looking back at this blog, it's getting a bit too long. Let me just end by saying that a visit to Savannah is well worth it. Also, I have many, many more pictures in our Google+ Album that I didn't post to the blog. Please take a look.
Thanks again for stopping by to take a look!