• Great Spots to Enjoy Savannah’s Fall Flavors

    Fall is that cozy season when warm, spicy-flavored drinks and menu items pop up. That is fine with us. Who doesn’t love a pumpkin spice latte? But that’s just for starters. Autumn also means delightful flavors like tart apples, sweet potatoes, cinnamon, figs and ginger.   When visiting Savannah’s, you can whip up a fantastic meal in the well-appointed kitchen of your vacation rental cottage. Just pick up some local produce at the

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  • Buddy Up: Your Guide to a Mancation in Tybee Island and Savannah

    Ready to break out of lockdown? Need an escape from the day-to-day? It’s time for a getaway with the guys. What better place than Tybee Island and Savannah!   First on the agenda, get your line in the water with a fishing charter. After all, what’s better than spending a day in a boat? American Fishing Charters and Reel Em’ N Charters both have experienced captain and crew to take you on offshore

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  • Top 7 Spirited Tours in Savannah You Can’t Miss this October

    We are just around the corner from that supernatural season, when ghosts and goblins come out to play. While Halloween used to be one night for kids to trick-or-treat, it has grown into a celebration for all ages that lasts beyond October 31.   Few American cities offer the mystical appeal and eerie history of Savannah, which makes this a perfect time to visit. A tour is a great way to experience the city while

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  • 7 of Our Fav Rooftop Bars and Restaurants in Savannah

    A rooftop view of Savannah is a wonderful way to get a fresh perspective of this beautiful city. Enjoy the cityscape from a riverfront location during fantastic fall weather.   Top Deck Bar, directly on River Street in the Historic District, offers a prime spot above the Cotton Sail Hotel, with exceptional views of the Talmadge Memorial Bridge, the Savannah River and historic Bay Street. Chow down on some sweet potato chips with a

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