A Weekend in Savannah, Georgia – Part 1

Hi friends! I did lots of exploring in the south this weekend and am sharing part 1 with you today. We had such a great time and the weather was just as good! It was also nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of NYC. Jon and I flew to Savannah very early Friday morning for a long weekend before Thanksgiving. We decided to make the trip because it was close to Atlanta where we are spending Thanksgiving, and Jonโ€™s sister goes to school there.

The airport was so bright and sunny. We escaped a winter storm and the cold in NYC for some nice weather in Savannah.

We stayed at the Hyatt Andaz and it was in a great location, and the room was very comfortable, Iโ€™d highly recommend.

We ate lunch at Flying Monk Noodle Bar. I got Ramen Noodles that were really good and Jon got a Pho Combo and a Thai Latte. All the places we are at were about $10-$15 dollars, so it was very affordable compared to NYC and Boston.

We walked along River Street which is right along the river. They had a lot of cute shops and restaurants.DSC_0044DSC_0047DSC_0043

The stairs we had to walk down to get to River Street were very intense!

fullsizeoutput_a8e.jpeg

We stopped in a candy store for some Pecan and Praline samples that were delicious!!

Here are some views of the river.

DSC_0038DSC_0042DSC_0048

For dinner we went to Vinnie Van Go-Go’s and got some pizza to go. It was delicious! We were so exhausted from our day we were asleep by 10!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. peggy fisher-kmieciak says:

    Thanks for the ideas. We are going to Savannah in February. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  2. Great post ๐Ÿ˜

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.