WHAT I WORE, ATE, AND DID IN SAVANNAH

Savannah is a sweet and personal city that I know and love so much. It’s where I spent my college years as a student at Savannah State University. It’s the oldest city in Georgia and has one of the largest seaports in the United States. The city was magical then and is still just as magical today. I took a girls weekend trip with my mom, aunt and cousin to the charming city over the Memorial Day weekend. The historic architecture and civil war history bleeds through the city. In this blog post, I am going to recap my trip — What I ate, wore and did while visiting.

We stayed at the Courtyard Marriott in the historic district. We used a new FREE car sharing service that took us from our hotel to River Street. This service was super sweet! It runs from 5pm-5am within a small mile radius in the historic district. Highly recommended because parking is limited. Our trip was low key — we basically ate, drank and relaxed.

WHAT I WORE

Day 1:

DRESS (Similar) | SHOES | BAG

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Day 3:

DRESS (Similar) | SHOES | BAG | HAT


WHERE I WENT

SAVANNAH RIVER FRONT

THE BEAUTIFUL MOSS TREES ON LIBERTY STREET IN HISTORIC DISTRICT

BROUGHTON STREET IN DOWNTOWN SAVANNAH HISTORIC DISTRICT

BASKET MARKET ON RIVER STREET

WHAT I ATE

The cutest coffee shop ever. The best caramel frap ever!

Iconic breakfast restaurant on Tybee Island! WORTH the DRIVE and the WAIT!

Simple DELICIOUS Seafood! OMG! A must visit!

ICONIC Savannah River Street Sweets. Get the PRALINE!!! To DIE FOR!

Other places to visit that I didn’t capture.

Old School Diner - Worth the drive to the low country (about 30 miles south of Savannah). The best fried seafood! OMG

Tubby’s Restaurant Thunderbolt - Scencic, great seafood right on the banks of the river. The scallops — OMG!

Wet Willies River Street - Cheap, potent frozen cocktails. (You can walk the street with your drinks, awesome right!)

Bohemian Hotel Rooftop - Gorgeous view of the river. Great location for cocktails and a view.


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