A Savannah Walk

It’s Black Friday. A good day for us to stay away from the shopping centers. We did drive into Savannah just to walk around the parks. We began our walk at Forsyth Park, one of the largest parks in Historic Savannah. Here are some pictures from our walk:


Forsyth Fountain


Confederate Soldier Monument

There are several ways to tour the historic district:


Trolley Tours


Guided Walking Tours


Segway Tours


Carriage Tours

But we walked. After a while we were ready for a break so we found a little coffee shop, named Art’s, for a snack. Inside the shop is this double decker European bus converted to a kitchen and with seating up top. Cool 🙂



Continuing towards downtown we saw the big Christmas tree set up and waiting for tonight’s big lighting ceremony.


Savannah GA

A visit to Leopold’s Ice Cream is a must when visiting Savannah. Their ice cream is homemade in the store, using the original, secret recipes handed down since 1919. And it is delicious! 🙂


Leopold’s Ice Cream

And then we walked back to the car that we had parked by Forsyth Park. Here are a few pictures of the sights along our walk:


Savannah GA


Savannah GA


Savannah GA

It was 80 degrees and humid so we had enough walking for the day and went home.

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1 Response to A Savannah Walk

  1. John David says:

    Savannah is my favorite town. It is such a beautiful place. I wish I was at Leopold’s now.

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