Daily life in Savannah, Georgia is hip and stylish, but it's old Southern tradition sees to it that it will always maintain its serenity. Savannah, this modest city that happily welcomes a entire world, gets its name from the Native American word for “grassy plain”. Savannah has come quite a long distance from its original existence as the quiet plain.Living up to the complementary reputation of being known as the "hostess city of the South", Savannah, Georgia treats both local people and visitors to charming squares, beautiful garden paths, culture, a large selection of entertainment, and delectable food. The city of Savannah takes on the qualities of the southern belle: fascinating, benevolent, lively and impressive.... read more about Savannah Georgia >> Hiawassee Georgia
Georgia is probably best known for Atlanta, Peaches, and Southern charm, but tucked away into the northeast corner is a whole world of vacation-worthy sites and attractions that could make your next vacation a memorable one. Don't be afraid to stray from the usual destination suspects; explore the possibility of Hiawassee.The name is Cherokee for "meadow," as this quaint town is situated at the foot of the Appalachians within view of rugged peaks, rolling hills, and acres of forests and fields brimming with wildlife and vibrant vegetation. Visual magnificence will be a recurring theme of your visit to Hiawassee, so prepare yourself for a proper immersion into the natural world that is so easily obscured by the skyscrapers, traffic jams, and roadways of your usual life....read more about Hiawassee Georiga
Little St. Simons Island
As the Cap'N Buddy pulled away from the mainland dock at the northern tip of St. Simons Island , Georgia, heading into the blazing sunlight that reflected in the Hampton River , we realized that the next few days on Little St. Simons Island would be a totally unique adventure. The engine's whirr obliterated the hushed sounds of the morning, allowing only our eyes to focus on the multi-hued green and gold mid-summer marshlands and birds that escorted us on a 15 minute excursion through Mosquito Creek; ahead we spied the magic and privacy of The Lodge. Although some of the island's historical benchmarks date in stages from 700 AD through Plantation Era of the 1800's, we felt as if we were the first people to ever feel the extreme splendor and quiet that surrounded us as we disembarked, walking along the natural oyster shell path to the Lodge's front steps.
We were prepared only for an unparalleled nature-weekend, sharing it with no more than perhaps 26 other guests. What we weren't prepared for was the excellent care extended by every member of the staff...from our welcome at The Lodge's dock to each morning's activity options presented by one of the naturalists. What unfolded were descriptions of and outdoor activities so rare that we hated to miss one moment exploring this amazingly remote, pristine barrier island.... read more »
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