Travel Blog

  • Savannah License Photos

    Last Batch of Random Savannah Photos

    We’ve said it before, and we’ll repeat ourselves again: Savannah is a photographer’s dream.

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  • Scad Shop

    SCAD – The Savannah College of Art and Design

    CAD was only established in 1978, so it’s a relatively new entity in Savannah. But it has made its presence felt. The college has been instrumental in the purchase and restoration of innumerable buildings, doing more than its share to help re-beautify the city.

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  • Schnitzel Restaurant Savannah

    The Schnitzel Shack of Rincon (via Darmstadt)

    The nearest place bore the tongue-twisty name of Schnitzel Shack, and was a half-hour away in a town called Rincon (rhymes with Lincoln).

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  • Old Sheldon Church South Carolina

    Old Sheldon Church

    The ruins of the Old Sheldon Church are found down a tiny road, in a forest of towering oaks draped in Spanish moss.

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  • The book Savannah

    The Inescapable Influence of The Book

    Before we moved to Savannah, me, Jürgen and four-year-old Xiao Liang of Taiwan were the only three people on Earth who hadn’t read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, by John Berendt. And now, noble Xiao stands alone. Jürgen and I have buckled down and read “The Book.”

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  • New Years in Savannah

    Happy 2011 in Savannah

    As 2011 rolled in, we had some things to celebrate… mainly, the fact that we still had another month in Savannah!

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  • Wright Square Tour Savannah

    Wright Square

    After Johnson, Savannah’s second square was laid out in 1733 and named after the Irish politician John Percival, who was involved in the founding of Georgia.

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  • Franklin Square statue in Savannah

    Franklin Square

    The only square on Montgomery Street to survive into the present day is Franklin Square. Like the lost squares of Liberty and Elbert, Franklin Square had been a victim of urbanization, but was fortunately restored in the 1980s.

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  • Alex Raskin Antiques in Savannah Georgia

    Alex Raskin Antiques

    If you’re in the market for antiques, or even if you’re not, don’t hesitate to visit Alex Raskins. There are some wonderful and strange pieces of art, and the eerie feeling inside this historic, deteriorated house is one-of-a-kind.

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  • Round porch Whitefield Square in Savannah

    Whitefield Square

    On Habersham and Wayne, Whitefield was one of the final squares to be laid out in Savannah, in 1851.

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  • Pulaski Square House

    Pulaski Square

    Laid out in 1837 and named in honor of the Polish revolutionary hero, Casimir Pulaski, who died during the Siege of Savannah.

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  • Artsy Bluffton South Carolina

    Bluffton, SC — Almost a Homecoming

    There are actually two sides to Bluffton, and the one in which we spent the day was the old part. The “new city,” built up and around the highway, is where the more usual businesses can be found, and is much busier.

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