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There is nothing better than getting a way for a long weekend vacation.  One of our favorites is Savannah, GA.  For us it is just that much far north that it feels like you have really traveled further.  Steeped in tradition but yet with a fun, artsy vibe with the influence of The Savannah School of Art and Design (SCAD) it has many places to check out.  Here are a few of my favorites in no particular order:

Marshall House – The first hotel built in Savannah in 1851, it served as a hospital for solders during the Civil War.  It was returned to live as a hotel in 1999 after a major renovation.  Try and get one of the rooms on the second floor verandah where you exit a window in your room to enjoy your coffee and morning coffee.

Avia Hotel – this new hotel right in the center of the restored historic district, this hip, staff -friendly hotel has a great vibe and you are in for a treat

Huey’s – New Orleans style eatery on River street.  Try the parmesan garlic grits at breakfast and come back for dinner

Sapphire Grill – A sophisticated southern, fusion bistro with exceptional services.  Right around the corner from Paula Dean’s restaurant but with a totally different ambiance.  

ShopSCAD – Buy exceptional art from students and alum.  Everything from jewelry, pottery, fiber art and paintings.

Moss – Cool store on Bull St. Selling everything from jewelry, journals and wonderful accessories and furniture.  Also have a small café that looks wonderful!

Check out the beautiful squares, historic houses and lots of other wonderful nooks and crannies to discover.

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