ADVENTURES IN OUR AMERICAN DREAM travel blog

Oglethorpe Trolley Tour

Telfair Museum

Carriage Rides

Paula Deen's Restaurant as seen from the trolley

Gold dome of City Hall, made of real gold

We saw a lot of beautiful churches all over the city

The front

One of the beautiful squares in the city

The Christmas Shop

Forrest Gump park bench

Mercer Williams House Museum from the movie Midnight in the Garden of...

Georgia Historical Society

Beautiful Victorian Homes

More Victorian

The Old Telfair Hospital

Colorful homes

Clary's Cafe

Colonial Cemetery

Davenport House 1799

Hand made brick from the Heritage Plantation 1840

The smallest home in the Historic District of Savannah

The Kehoe House

The Waving Girl

Jerry at City Market

We enjoyed the Thomas Kinkade Gallery

City Market

Cafe with Marilyn

Savannah River

More shopping at River Street ...lots of Paul Deen stuff

Some funny stuff :-)

Our last stop was for fresh grouper at One-Eyed Lizzy's. :-)


We had another fun and busy day today. We took the Oglethorpe Historic Savannah Trolley Tour. It starts out with a 90 minute narrated tour that is non stop. After you complete the 90 minutes you can get off at any of the stops and they will pick you up every 20 minutes or so. The price was $15 each, it was well worth the price.

The tour took us through old Savannah, around the historic squares, along the waterfront, & throughout the 2.2 square miles of the historic district. We visited River Street, Colonial Cemetery, Forsyth Park, City Market, Waving Girl, many beautiful churches and much more. I will let the pictures tell the rest of the story. More later from Georgia.

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