• Let the Good Times Roll: Mardi Gras in Savannah

      Laissez le bon temp rouler. That’s right, revelers, it’s time to let the good times roll with Mardi Gras on Georgia’s coast!   This year, Mardi Gras falls on March 5, but it’s celebrated with events leading up to Fat Tuesday, the last day before Lent.   Mardi Gras or Carnival, is a tradition dating back to the ancient Romans. It was brought to the United

    Posted January 23, 2019 | Author : | Category : Local Events |
  • 5 Fun Ways to Spend a Family-Friendly Spring Break on Tybee Island

      Planning a spring break to Tybee Island? There’s plenty to do while you’re vacationing and enjoying the beach as the temperatures warm. In fact, we’ll give you a rundown of some of our favorite family-friendly spring break activities on Tybee Island.   First, you came for the beach…so kick back and enjoy it. After all, Tybee Island is consistently ranked among the top beaches in

    Posted January 17, 2019 | Author : | Category : Vacation Rental FAQ's |
  • Valentine’s Day in Savannah: A City for Sweethearts

    It’s almost like they created Savannah for sweethearts. It’s one of the most magical places in the country to spend a romantic Valentine’s Day weekend.   Time slows down here. After all, this is a town absolutely dripping with romance, filled with oak-lined streets, charming parks and squares, gorgeous fountains, and beautiful homes and gardens. Whether it’s to woo a new love, or show your significant other

    Posted January 10, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Holidays |
  • First Timer’s Tybee Island Guide

    For those visitors not familiar with Tybee Island, this beachfront town on the Georgia coast has a lot of history and a rather unique atmosphere it is more than willing to share. The island has over five miles of beaches to offer, marsh and backwater views, and it’s a great spot for people watching and birdwatching. Read on below for our Tybee Island guide. History The name “Tybee” is thought to have come from the Native American

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Vacation Rental FAQ's |
  • Best Times of the Year to Visit Tybee Island

    Tybee Island, on the Georgia coast, is a great destination spot all year round. But there are a few things to consider when planning your trip to this beachside town. Weather Weather obviously is going to have an influence on when you visit Tybee Island. Typical temperatures range from +/-35° in the winter to +/-88° in the summer. Plan your visit for the temperatures you feel more comfortable with and for the activities you plan to be

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Vacation Rental FAQ's |
  • Planning your Beach Tybee Island Trip

    Ready to take a Tybee Island trip? Great! There is a lot to do on this quirky island! Whether you are visiting for a much-needed vacation, family outing, long weekend or a romantic get-away. Tybee’s laid-back atmosphere provides the perfect backdrop for whatever kind of trip you are planning. This is a great place to make some wonderful memories. Tours, Excursions & Attractions There are plenty of tours and excursions to fill your days. Wander on your

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Vacation Rental FAQ's |
  • Top Reasons to Stay on Tybee Island

    Tybee Island is one of Georgia’s barrier islands and has a laid back, casual atmosphere. Just nineteen miles east of Savannah, Tybee Island is a popular getaway for locals and out of towners alike. It’s a place that is easy to get to, but hard to leave. The Beaches There are so many reasons to head out to Tybee for your next vacation or for the weekend, but one big reason is for the beach. This not

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Vacation Rental FAQ's |
  • The Telfair Museums

    Founded in 1883, as a gift to the Georgia Historical Society, the Telfair Museum is the oldest public art museum in the South. Mary Telfair, a prominent Savannah philanthropist, left her house and its furnishings specifically to be used as a museum. The Telfair Museum started out with just Mary Telfair’s house, but over the years has added two other locations: The historic Owens Thomas House & Slave Quarters and the Jepson Center. Each location

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum

    Founded in 1966, the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum in Savannah is just a few blocks from the Savannah Visitor’s Center and City Market. At 41 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, the museum is on the west edge of the historic city of Savannah. The Ships of Sea Maritime Museum Housed in the historic William Scarbough House, the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum has nine galleries of maritime artifacts, paintings and ship models. The collections

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
  • The Talmadge Memorial Bridge

    If you are in downtown Savannah, or heading into Savannah from South Carolina, or from the west on I-16, the Talmadge Memorial Bridge looms up over everything. It’s an impressive sight and quite beautiful. Completed in November 1990, this ‘cable-stayed’ bridge cost over $70.9 million. The Talmadge Memorial Bridge in Savannah replaced the old bridge which, built in 1953, just became too short for the taller and bigger ships needing access to the Port of Savannah.

    Posted January 3, 2019 | Author : | Category : Savannah Attractions |
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