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Seeing Savannah


Article by Johna Mailolli

Photography by Johna Mailolli

Our trip down South last week with our lil' camper gave us the opportunity of visiting the charming city of Savannah.

People have often told me this is one of the prettiest cities in the U.S and after visiting twice, I can agree with them. From the restaurants to the churches and the beautiful squares and gardens, there is lots of beauty to be found in Savannah. The city is well kept and clean in comparison to other cities I have visited before. The other nice part about it is that it isn't too crowded on the weekdays or weekends. The pandemic of course has brought less tourists, but in comparison to other city populations it is definitely smaller.

A great way to see the the city is to hop on a bike and do some sightseeing!

Biking a city never feels like exercise to me because I find myself lost in exploration! Nothing better than being able to explore and getting your movement in at the same time!

There are so many places to check out in this city, but my two must-sees are Forsyth Park and Lafayette Square. Forsyth Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Savannah. Lafayette Square is just one of the many charming and quaint squares you'll find in this city.

If you plan on camping, head to Skidaway Island State Park, which is just a short drive away and one of my favorite campgrounds that we've stayed at during our travels.

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