We took a trip to Savannah, Georgia last week. I had to visit Cleveland, GA on business on Monday and Tuesday, so after that we took a beautiful drive down to the city made famous by Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. One of the many highlights of our time there was a Thursday dinner at Elizabeth on 37th, a fabulous restaurant, followed by an evening walking tour of the city’s haunted houses. (Dawn, our guide from Sixth Sense Savannah, showed us about a half-dozen houses that were allegedly crawling with ghosts.) Savannah is a lot like New Orleans, only much smaller and without as much alcohol. We had a great time and I hope to return someday.

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