Saturday, March 26, 2016

A Perfect Getaway! Getaways Deals, Couples Getaway and Girls Getaway Ideas in Savannah, Georgia USA

On occasion two Savannah bed and breakfast innkeepers
decide to be Savannah tourists for the day! Here are Zeigler
House Inn's Jackie Heinz (right) and pal Diane Crews from Green
Palm Inn in Savannah City Market with a Marilyn Monroe statue.
SAVANNAH Georgia -- The perfect getaway's photos start with fun and photogenic places in Savannah, Georgia USA, like the statue of Marilyn Monroe in Savannah City Market (left).

2016 Spring Travel Tips: 

Savannah is a popular movie location. During March 2016 "Baywatch" is filming in Savannah and Tybee Island, Georgia.

Clary's Diner is always a perfect getaway stop! The vintage Clary's Pharmacy fountain counter (below left), as seen in the movie, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"), is a fun retro spot where nostalgia is easy to capture!

Savannah's salty air waterways and Atlantic Ocean and Low Country fresh wild seafood entice!

A summer trip to Savannah is incomplete without a beach day trip to Tybee Island, lunching on fresh day boat shrimp, fish, and crab caught off the Georgia coast.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Savannah GA Top 10 Places: Bonaventure Cemetery, A Georgia Camellia Trail Hopeful

SAVANNAH, Georgia -- Lovers of beautiful Savannah gardens, flowering landscapes, history, genealogists, photographers, walkers and runners will adore Savannah's world famous Bonaventure Cemetery. Located along the Intracoastal Waterway of the Wilmington River, Bonaventure is a special, memorable and beloved place where past, present and future meet up often in America's most beautiful city.

Here's a link to our Savannah inn's brilliant camellias. And, VisitSavannah share a "spring teaser" -- more camellias in downtown Savannah's Wright Square.

Camellias dot the garden landscapes in
downtown Savannah, Georgia.
A GEORGIA CAMELLIA TRAIL IS IN THE WORKS! 

Upon receiving the notice from ExploreGeorgia.org / Georgia.org staff, our dear friend Sandy Traub alerted Lee Malenfort, President of the Bonaventure Historical Society to apply to the new Georgia Camellia Trail.

The notice: "Bruce Green, our [State of Georgia] former director of tourism development, is working on a new garden trail. If you have a camellia garden at your attraction or property, please contact State of Georgia Tourism by March 15 to complete the trail application."

Here's the reply from Lee, talking about Bonaventure Cemetery's heirloom camellias: