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Articles by Lauren Quinn

Digging Deeper into Savannah Tours

Digging Deeper into Savannah Tours May 10, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Okay, so you can take a trolley ride through the Historic District, cruise the Savannah River in a steamboat, even clop through its old streets in a horse-drawn carriage. But if you feel like you’re merely skimming the surface of Savannah, it’s time to delve deeper—and several niche...

Offbeat and Unusual Things to Do in Savannah

Offbeat and Unusual Things to Do in Savannah May 7, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Okay—you’ve toured a historical home, taken a riverboat cruise, lazed on a shady bench in a public square. Once you’ve checked all the big must-sees and have-to-dos off your list, what else is there to do in Savannah? If you think you’ve sampled all the city has to offer, think...

Savannah’s Best Southern Restaurants

Savannah’s Best Southern Restaurants May 7, 2010 | Food | Read More
Crawfish, collard greens and grits—there’s nothing that truly grounds you in the spirit of the South than a belly full of of its traditional fare. And what better place to indulge in some truly down-home eating than the restaurants of Savannah? Southern cuisine reigns supreme in Savannah’s...

Elegance and History in Savannah Resorts

Elegance and History in Savannah Resorts May 5, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
When you think “resort,” you probably envision swimming pools, golf courses and grand views. But how about elegant history, fine art and, oh, horse-drawn carriages? If there’s any place to find such sweet romantic nostalgia, it’s in Savannah. Sure, the city’s got oceanside...

Gallery Hopping Through Savannah

Gallery Hopping Through Savannah May 4, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Sure, Savannah’s got history. But did you know that the oh-so pretty city is also a hotbed of art? It all started with the Telfair Museum of Art, the South’s first arts and culture museum, which established in the city an appreciation for the finer things in the life. And as home to both...

Oceanside Luxury: Getting Away From It All, Outside of Savannah

Oceanside Luxury: Getting Away From It All, Outside of Savannah May 3, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
 Convenience has its place. But when you truly want to get away from it all, not even the hidden courtyards of Savannah’s well-appointed Historic District bed and breakfasts will do. When you really need to unwind, curl up in the lap of luxury and feel a refreshing ocean breeze, it’s...

Literary Landmarks of Savannah

Literary Landmarks of Savannah April 30, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Azalea-perfumed streets lined with wrought-iron balconies and Spanish-moss-draped trees: it’s easy to see how Savannah has captured the hearts—and words—of writers. And once you spend a little time in the city, it’s easy to see how Savannah’s been captured by literature....

High Tea to Evening Port: The Sweet Amenities of Savannah’s Bed and Breakfasts

High Tea to Evening Port: The Sweet Amenities of Savannah’s Bed and Breakfasts April 28, 2010 | Food, Hotels | Read More
Bed and breakfast—the very term conjures images of Victorian hallways, lacy window treatments and antique bedside tables. But in Savannah’s bed and breakfasts, it’s about more than casual elegance or even historic ambiance. Truly Southern belles, the bed and breakfasts of Savannah take...

Bar Crawling Through Savannah’s Historic District

Bar Crawling Through Savannah’s Historic District April 24, 2010 | Nightlife | Read More
Going out and grabbing a couple drinks isn’t merely a night on the town in Savannah—it’s a walk through Southern history. Near Downtown lies the heart of the Historic District, which is more than just restored homes and placards. People still love to congregate in the Historic District,...

Five Must-Stroll Savannah Squares

Five Must-Stroll Savannah Squares April 24, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
One of the most distinguishing features of the sleepy city of Savannah is its squares. In accordance with founder General James Oglethorpe’s exuberance for militaristic order, the city was designed into wards, with a square at the center of each. The city stayed true to this original vision as...
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