travelogue: savannah, ga

travelogue: savannah, ga

Savannah is always prepared for Halloween with spanish moss draped throughout countless of their tree-lined cobblestone paths. There is a haunting elegance to the city. The humidity is heavy and the age old town houses serve as a reminder of time. I may have only been 5 hours and 30 minutes from home but trekking through the old city made me feel like I could exist in another time. But alias, the only path time allows us is forward. Here are some of my photos and places to stop by if you are going to Savannah. 

travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga

Shop

Prospector Co. 

The Paris Market 

Graveface Records

travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga

Eat

The Public Kitchen

Cha Bella 

Papillote 

travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga
travelogue: savannah, ga

Visit

Tybee Island

Forsyth Park 

Mercer House

travelogue: savannah, ga