Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Day Trip to Savannah

While we were on vacation last week, we made time to take the short 45 minute trip from Hilton Head down to Savannah, Georgia. My friend Katie posted about how she would love to go to Savannah, and after reading it, I really wanted to go myself. I was so excited when we had the opportunity this past week. We took a little day trip, ate lunch at the Pirate House, which is an actual place where pirates used to hang out a couple hundred years ago, we walked down River Street and drove around and looked at all the beautiful houses and scenery.

So, I thought I would share some pretty pictures from our little trip with you. Most of these pictures Derek took from the car, while I drove, and his dad navigated. We decided to drive around and see most of Savannah by car because we had two little babes with us who were already hot and tired from walking the whole length of River Street. I am sure we were a sight to see driving slowly around town with a camera hanging out the window. But I am pleased with how the pictures turned out. It really is a beautiful city.

At the Pirate House

River Street

This picture would be really cool if there was no car antenna in the middle. Oh well, I guess that's what you get when you take pictures in the car. Pretend it's not there :)

5 comments:

Carly said...

I love seeing your pictures! The places are all so familar! Ryan and I just went to Savannah in the spring and I forgot my camera {lame} so we only have a bunch of lame cell phone pictures. Thanks for the fun memories friend!

Chloƫ said...

Wow there is so much old-town charm! It really lives up to that classy name!

Amber said...

Oh I love Savannah. It's so elegant with old, Southern charm! Looks like a wonderful day trip!

Katie said...

Yup - now I really wanna go there! Tell your husband he might have a future in photography :)

tiffanypalmieri said...

love the pics! and i love savannah! did you know the steeple/church you have a picture of is the exact one in the opening scene of forest gump (the feather floats past it). there's a little savannah trivia for ya!