A new video from the New York Times, 36 Hours in Savannah (June 2015), showcases the wonderful vibe so well! #36Hours
Historian Mills Lane, in "The People of Georgia: An Illustrated Social History", writes about the people who had a "belief and faith in the pleasure of frequent changes of country", people suffering from a "nomadic itch", and people who loved the "border life".
In the Savannah Morning News story of October 25, 2001, we read about the historian with a zeal for life, the philanthropist Lane: "Hugh Golson, a public school teacher who served with [scholar and patron Mills] Lane on the review board, thinks about the love Lane lavished on Savannah. 'He'd get mad and he'd run down to Florida, but he'd come back. He always came back,' Golson said. 'It was his seductress.'"Of course, the people of whom Mills Lane wrote were moving to, out of, and throughout the state of Georgia. Yet, today Savannah travelers exude this curiosity as well, also coming and going to Savannah, a city which seduces.
Taking her Savannah inn's guests' requests to heart, Jackie has crafted an Off-the-Beaten Path Savannah Getaway Package to champion the "border life" experience.“Off the Beaten Path” Savannah Package – (2 person occupancy) | $375.00.Checkout this Sunday's NYT to see 36 Hours: Savannah in print. Had fun shooting this one! #Repost @nytimestravel ・・・ This display of produce and flowers from Adam’s Farms and Gardens at Savannah’s Forsyth Farmers’ Market captures perfectly the charms of this week’s #36Hours destination. Photo by @adamkuehlphotography. More at nytimes.com/travel. #savannah #georgia #travel
This add-on package at Zeigler House Inn simplifies seeing and experiencing the outskirts of Savannah beyond the National Landmark Historic District. The beautiful Savannah countryside taps the wonder of farm-to-table colonial life, leisure lifestyles along the Georgia coast, the lively Gatsby-esque world behind closed doors, the stories of slaves and their enduring influence, haunted places found in America’s Most Haunted City, and the world-famous cemetery where it is said to be buried there is better than to live anywhere else.
- Special Private Car Tour with local Kathy Moore includes Bonaventure Cemetery, Isle of Hope, Whitfield Chapel and Bethesda, Wormsloe Plantation, Majestic Oak and more. The 4-hour Tour includes a stop for lunch. (price of meal not included)
- Day Clean Tour – learn about Savannah’s African American and Gullah heritage -- the haint-blue-to-voodoo tales and influence on southern life today.
- Ghost Tour with 6th Sense Tours – hear about the darker side of Savannah
- Entrance to Mata Hari’s with 2 drink tickets – enjoy Savannah’s exclusive speakeasy (weekends only) Weekdays, Jazz’d Tapas bar with 2 drink tickets
- Holiday Gift Bag, featuring uber local Savannah gifts in the exclusive Zeigler House B&B hospitality basket.
...I was born to wanderOf course, yes, eventually the lyrics yearn with wishes to settle down; but, aren't you ready to enjoy the momentary urges to wander this summer in Savannah, GA USA? We hope you will plan your next Savannah travel stay with us at Zeigler House Inn on the most beautiful residential street in the south, Jones Street.
I was born to roam
Wandering from shore to shore
Looking from door to door
Listening to every sound...
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