Links to Coastal Georgia & Carolina Low Country
The history and culture of coastal Georgia and South Carolina was initially shaped 300 years ago with the interplay of the original native Americans, migratory Spanish and English that led to an influx of planters, slaves, Gullah Geechee sea island inhabitants, and pre-colonial era farmers with their families seeking a better way of life. Each succeeding century saw changes all across the landscape through war and peace amidst great prosperity and sustenance living. Many millions of visitors are attracted annually to our major tourism destination to view our forefather's rich legacy in this sea island low country paradise. Here are some of our favorite attractions.
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…We are on our way home after three very pleasant nights at 208 E. Jones St. in Savannah. Consider us satisfied customers who will definitely contact you again for lodging next time we plan a trip to Savannah…We enjoyed watching "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" on the DVD player. I have a copy at home and had seen it prior to our trip to Savannah last April, but my sister and her husband had not seen it, so we viewed the copy provided. It was definitely more meaningful and interesting to see after spending a day on a tour bus and walking all over Savannah…Some of the things we enjoyed in Savannah were the narrated trolley tour which started at the visitor center, the museum at the visitor center, the wonderful food (We ate at Lady and Sons, Mellow Mushroom, the Pirates' House, and the Crab Shack on Tybee, among others), the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge (We got very good views and photos of alligators!), Tybee Island, the riverfront, the squares, and Wormsloe. There was much more I wanted to see and do and share with my sister and brother-in-law, but we ran out of time. All the more reason to make another trip sometime, of course…Thank you for your part in making our vacation enjoyable; we especially appreciated that you must have special-ordered for us the sunny days and warm weather which, we were told, was a little unusual for this time of year. I just checked and it's 33 degrees back home; that's what we're going back to after getting sun-baked on the beach at Tybee earlier today! Not looking forward to it!...Thanks, and best wishes…