Savannah, GA 11/17 - 18

We arrived in Savannah Wednesday afternoon and drove into town to the Visitor Center and look over the town. We purchased an audio tape for a driving tour.

The historical part of Savannah is about two square miles so it was a good that we used the audio tape and a map to drive around the area.. Savannah's historical area is larger than Charleston, and has more homes that have not been restored. I liked Charleston better than Savannah. The streets were more narrow and I we could see most of what we wanted by walking. Savannah did not lend itself to a walking tour.

This beautiful fountain was in one of the larger town squares.

The waterfront had a series of shops and restaurants. Access to the waterfront street was via one of about five cobblestone streets that wind their way from the main street.

This is Forbes yacht called the Highlander.