Savannah – 72 hours in style

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Day 1:  Savannah for 3 nights
Meet & greet private transfer from either Savannah or Charleston airport
Accommodation at either
Eliza Thompson House, Historic Inns of Savannah Collection
Built in 1847, this adult-only bed and breakfast is located on historic Jones Street in Savannah, just 2 minutes’ walk from Forsyth Park. Guests will enjoy a deluxe breakfast and and elegantly styled guest rooms.
A flat-screen cable TV is included in each uniquely decorated room at Eliza Thompson House, Historic Inns of Savannah Collection. All rooms also feature high ceilings and antique furniture. An en suite private bathroom with 2 bathrobes are provided as well.
Access to a computer is provided to all Eliza Thompson House, Historic Inns of Savannah Collection guests throughout their stay. A koi pond and an original Ivan Bailey fountain are on site. Daily newspapers are available in the garden.
Guests can savour their daily breakfast in the courtyard. Meal items include casserole, southern-style grits, and eggs. A nightly reception in the parlour features hors d’oeuvres with wine followed by dessert and coffee.
The Paris Market and Brocante is 11 minutes’ walk away. The Savannah History Museum and the 1920-era Lucas Theater For the Arts are within 15 minutes’ walk from the property.
Kimpton Brice****
Situated in Savannah Historic District, this Georgia hotel features a courtyard and an on-site restaurant. Free WiFi access is available as well.
A 40-inch flat-screen TV comes standard in each room at Kimpton Brice Hotel. A work desk, alarm clock, and telephone are included. Select rooms feature a balcony or sofa bed.
Pacci, the on-site restaurant, serves Italian fare. At Kimpton Brice Hotel guests can enjoy access to a fitness centre and bike rentals. Other facilities include a tour desk and luggage storage.

Have lunch at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room
It’s a Southern icon since 1943.  Tabletops are crowded with platters of fried chicken and cornbread dressing, sweet potato souffle, black-eyed peas, okra gumbo, corn muffins and biscuits.

3 hour private guided tour of Historical Savannah
With your guide explore the historical center
See Savannah’s Forsyth Park, famous for its 19th-century fountain, enjoy the green space, benches and shaded views.
Visit the many antique shops.  We particularly like Alex Raskin Antiques.  It is like being in a museum in this 18th-century mansion, filled with portraits, history books, rugs and bed frames. 
On Monterey Square, there is also the Congregation Mickve Israel, one of the oldest Jewish congregations in the USA, founded in 1733 (the synagogue itself dates to 1820).
The synagogue holds some incredible historical artifacts and is really worth a visit. 
Visit the Mercer Williams house
Head up to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
Your guide will take you for some free time at City Market, a warehouse-district-turned-tourist-attraction, home to souvenir shops, a few boutiques.

Dinner suggestion at Sandfly BBQ.
This converted railway car on Barnard Street in the Victorian District is a compact diner serving incredible barbecue.

Day 2:
Famous & Secret East Side Food Tour
Savannah, Georgia is a friendly city loaded with history, beautiful architecture, and above all, amazing food. Savannah has a long, fascinating and sometimes ghostly history that our engaging tour guides will share with you. Our friendly tour guides will take you on a journey to places that you didn’t know existed and unravel some of Savannah’s secret stories and haunted spots. Not only that, but you’ll be introduced into some of the hottest eateries in town with no reservations and no waiting in line. We will entice your taste buds as we walk through historic Savannah and enjoy the sights.
The south is known for its hospitality and its great cuisine, and we want to let you experience those things first hand. We make it possible for you to taste a variety of ethnic, gourmet, fusion and local treats throughout the tour. Our guides will introduce you to authentic southern food, made by some of Savannah’s most talented chefs. We’ll take you into the world of high-end cooking, and experience the sights and sounds of what makes good food great.

Rest of the day at leisure
Explore Jones Street.  This is the quintessential Savannah with oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, magnificent mansions, cobblestone staircases, and plenty of American flags…
Make you to stop by Chippewa Square, this is the filming location of the bench scenes in Forrest Gump.
Shop in Broughton Street.  This is the spot and you will find independent boutiques.
Leopold’s Ice Cream is a must as it is the most famous ice cream parlor in Savannah.

Horse and carriage evening  ghost tour
Savannah has been declared one of the most haunted cities in the country, and we have been doing GHOST TOURS longer than just about anyone in town! Our guides will relate tales of ghosts, spirits and things that go bump in the night. Some of the stories will give you goosebumps, some will make you look over your shoulder as we travel through town, and some….will just make you smile…
Head down to River Street for a walk along the river and a chance to check out some of Savannah’s best nightlife.

Dinner reservation at Vic’s on the River
Vic’s is located in a beautiful old cotton warehouse overlooking the Savannah River and Historic River Street. With entrances on both Bay and River Streets, we are easy to access. Pets are welcomed on our outdoor patio, where guests can dine under centuries-old Live Oaks overlooking Historic Factors Walk. Along with our spectacular views, Vic’s menu reflects Savannah’s Southern charm with our sophisticated take on traditional Southern cuisine and our fresh, local seafood selections.

Day 3:
Morning at leisure to explore
Colonial Park CemeteryOne of Savannah’s oldest and most haunted cemeteries, featuring graves desecrated by Sherman’s Union Army

Tour the Owens-Thomas House & Slave Quarters
Built as a beautiful Regency style mansion in 1819, the Owens-Thomas House, along with its adjacent gardens, carriage house, and slave quarters, allows visitors to explore the complicated relationships between the most and least powerful people in the city of Savannah in the early 19th century.

Private Isle of Hope Kayak Tour: 
A relaxed exploration of the rivers and creeks that wind through these sheltered, gorgeous and largely undeveloped marshlands! Across the river is Skidaway Island State Park and south for some 800 acres is Wormsloe State Historic Site.  
We commonly see dolphin, a wide variety of wading birds, perhaps eagles, osprey, or even a sea turtle.
We leave from Isle of Hope, about 20 minutes from downtown. This historic area along the Skidaway River is lined with antebellum homes and moss-draped live oaks.

Dinner reservation at The Olde Pink House
Located in the heart of historic Savannah, Georgia, The Olde Pink House, Savannah’s only 18th century mansion, is famous for memorable dining experiences featuring seafood caught daily in local waters, prime aged beef and traditional southern fare.

Day 4:
Private transfer from hotel to either Savannah or Charleston airport



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