Tuesday

Savannah, GA

Some of you might have seen the post I did on Una Bella Vita about my recent trip to Savannah & Tybee Island. I wanted to save some pretty shots for you all too! 

Savannah was established in 1733, which makes it one of the oldest towns in America! I loved it's historic homes, pretty town squares, cobblestone streets, and pretty trees.










4 comments:

Chris said...

Thanks for posting these photos! Looks like you had a lot of fun and did see a lot of new things.

The first thing I thought was, 'Wow, that looks so NOT American'. Actually, it could really be somewhere in Europe. Except for the cars in the back there, of course (unfortunately). In the coddlestone street photo, the sidewalk is just as the ones we have here, like too bumpy and rifty if you wanna go rollerskating or so. Oh well.
#3 is my favorite!

Betsey said...

haha, Chris, I knew you'd like that third one down! It reminded me of you when I took it. It really doesn't look American at all, you're so right! It has so much charm and character, just like a European city!

amy said...

These images are surreal. It looks like a wonderful place to travel.

Enjoying your blog and all it's musings x


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Junaluska said...

Historic places are the best! Cobblestones and colonial styles are so pretty, and they really take you back in time.