• Take a Breather with a Labor Day Getaway in Savannah

    Labor Day celebrates the working men and women of America. And, goodness knows, 2020 has been a tough year all around. So, who is ready to take a well-deserved break?   Everyone, right? It’s time to breathe deep. Rest. Relax. Recuperate. Hey, maybe even have a Reset. We’d all go for that.   The upcoming three-day Labor Day holiday gives travelers the perfect opportunity to have an easy-peasy vacation. Set the first Monday in September, this year’s holiday falls

    Posted June 29, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • Get Away from it All with a Tybee Island Beach Trip

    The beaches of Tybee Island are open and ready to welcome visitors this summer and fall. By taking proper precautions, there is no reason to delay your beach vacation any longer. Because social distancing is key to controlling the spread of COVID-19, the beach is a perfect place to get away from crowds. The quaint barrier island has three miles of public beaches, all of which are open. North Beach tends to be the quietest of

    Posted June 29, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • Top Savannah Attractions Offering Unique COVID Safety Precautions

    Much of Savannah has re-opened, offering plenty of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. These are a few favorites but check back for an updated list as sites are re-opening daily.   Take a Trolley Tour Old Savannah Tours is back up and running, if on a limited basis. They are currently offering the popular hop-on-and-off tour, an historic overview tour and two ghost tour options: Grave Encounters and Boo Y’all. These fun tours give

    Posted June 29, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • Perfect Spots for a Picnic in Savannah

    These are not typical times for vacation, so it’s a good thing Savannah is anything but typical. In fact, the city is a perfect place to get away from it all while social distancing. It’s almost like the city was built for it with 22 Historic Squares and several parks, including Morrell right on the river. And what better way to enjoy these outside spaces than with a picnic?   Savannah’s restaurants are committed to

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  • 7 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day at Home

    With many families sheltering at home due to the COVID-19 virus, this year’s Mother’s Day is sure to be a different kind of celebration. But even if you can’t take your mom to her favorite brunch spot, or if you can only celebrate virtually this year, there are still ways you can treat your mom to a celebrity-status Mother’s Day in 2020. Read on for seven of our favorite ways to celebrate Mother’s Day at

    Posted April 21, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • Wine, Hemp and Beach Bums: Upcoming Events in Tybee, Savannah

    Savannah is so much more than historic squares, beautiful parks and delicious dining. It is also an area that takes pride in its parties. This is an area that loves to entertain. With that in mind, check out three upcoming soirees sure to delight visitors and locals. The first of those happenings brings together two of our favorite things: Seafood and Wine. What’s not to love? The Tybee Island Wine Festival takes place April 30-May

    Posted March 4, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • Six Reasons to Kayak on Tybee Island

    Kayaking is one of the best ways to get outdoors and explore the Georgia coast. Whether you go it alone or take a tour, it’s an awesome way to get a closer look at the marsh and wildlife of the region. And there’s a lot you’ll see from the water that you don’t get to experience on land. A Tale of Two Lighthouses The Tybee Marina launch gives you access to Lazaretto Creek, where you can paddle

    Posted February 29, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Savannah’s Squares

    Savannah’s squares are among its most famous landmarks. Millions of residents and tourists enjoy the oasis provided by the squares throughout its Historic District. But there are some things about the squares you may not know. Savannah’s squares were carefully planned out by James Olgethorpe even before Savannah was founded. In 1733, Olgethorpe was a member of the British parliament who the city. The first thing he did was sit down with a ruler and map

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  • Fantasy Adventures in Savannah this Spring

    The city of Savannah certainly has its own mythical charms, which makes it a perfect site for two upcoming fantastical events. If you’re called by the magic of the great outdoors, plan for the family-themed Fairy & Gnome Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 25 at the Oatland Island Wildlife Center. This festival is all about the “wee folk” getting up close to the natural world through imaginative play. Visitors can dress in

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  • Dance to your Own Beat During Savannah Music Events

    If warmer weather puts a bounce in your step and a swing in your sway, you’re in luck. Two music festivals highlight March and early April, bringing an array of talent to stages at various sites around Savannah. First up is the Savannah Stopover Music Festival on March 5-7, which serves as a jumping-off point for traveling musicians en route to Austin’s prestigious SXSW Music Conference. This is your chance to see them before they

    Posted February 29, 2020 | Author : | Category : Local Shopping |
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