Next year, my husband and I have agreed we’re going to two destinations for our annual vacation. Definitely, one of them is Savannah. I’ve been dreaming of going to this place as it is known for its rich history, architecture and the numerous Bed and Breakfasts and Inns. Hubby agrees, so now I’m on a trip planning mode.
First of, I will have to sign-up for Trusted Travel
e-Newsletter to learn more about Trusted Tours and Attractions, which is the best resource for discounted tickets to the best sightseeing tours in Savannah and even in San Diego and Key West to name a few. Who knows, I might even get lucky, to win 4 free tickets to tours in the city of my choice. I learned that right now, anyone who signs up for the trusted travel e-newsletter is automatically entered in the contest which runs till December 14, 2007. This is a very good idea. If I get lucky, we will have free tours which means, we can book more tours because we would save on the free tours.
While in Savannah,the 2 day Old Town Trolley Savannah Pass is a must for us. I like it that we can take our own sweet time and tour at our own pace. We can hop on and off at the 16 stops for 2 days. I would really like to see the sights of Georgia’s first city like the Davenport House, the Mercer House, Broughton Street and the Telfair Museum. Oh, and not to forget the Waving Girl. This is actually the only tour that travels the entire length of the world famous River Street. And of course, as they say, a visit to Savannah is not complete without getting on the Riverboat Cruise. A spectacular evening of entertainment, buffet dinner, magnificent views of Savannah and more on this Savannah Riverboat Dinner Cruise would be a nice way to cap one of our evenings while there.
One thing I will never miss on this vacation will be the tour of Savannah Gates and Gardens Walk. I wanna see what’s behind the gates of some of Savannah’s finest homes. This will definitely be a unique tour that lets us explore the fauna of this lush and green forest city. I know from records, that Savannah has a significant history as the center of elegant ironworks produced at many of the now defunct ironworks. Those gates I’ve seen on travel shows will soon be seen by us in the flesh. Oh my, I can’t wait.