Monday, March 27, 2006


We had a lovely afternoon in Savannah on Saturday! The weather was gorgeous and the azaleas are in their prime! We took the Trolley Tour of downtown Savannah which enabled us to see all of the squares, old homes, neat architecture, and provided us with transportation through all of the traffic!

We stopped for lunch at the Gryphon Tea Room which was neat - very European feeling. And, it had a beautiful view as it faced Madison Square.

Continuing our tour, we stopped at the Juliette Gordon Lowe house, she was the founder of the Girl Scouts.

Savannah is a neat place to visit - and I can easily recommend all of the things we did, they were fun and worth the stop!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dear Monica:

Reading about your excursion in Savannah with Grandma brought back memories of the day we spent there in March 2004 -- a happy memory indeed! I'm glad Grandma got to make a similar memory with you. :)

Love, Mom