Hi y'all! Here's the first post from my road trip in August. I wore this outfit for the drive from Miami to Savannah, and then to explore River Street in the late afternoon. Note: This post is fairly picture heavy.
Top: Free People via Nordstrom Rack | Shorts: American Rag via Macy's | Shoes: Rock and Candy via TJ Maxx
|I <3 cobblestone|
|City Hall as seen from River Street|
|Spotted a bride and groom and taking pictures next to the river. I always seem to find a wedding whenever I travel!|
|Talmadge Memorial Bridge, as seen from River Street (above) and from the road (below)|
|Loved these pretty, light purple flowers on East Bay Street by City Hall.|
|I took SO MANY PHOTOS of Spanish Moss. Spanish Moss everywhere! Spanish moss madness!|
|Left: A Cuban sandwich spotting at an Italian restaurant in Savannah! Haha.|
Top: My dad looking calm, cool, and collected in his touristy St. Thomas hat that has nothing to do with Savannah. Lol
Bottom: Delicious blackened chicken tortellini and a yummy biscuit-like bread!
|Vic's on the River. I highly recommend it!! So good, I can still savor it... YUM.|
I'm a sucker for old world charm.
I loved this little spot and took a bunch of pictures of it. Back in the day, these little bridges facilitated the transport of goods into the buildings and ships on the river. Today it's such a romantic little area.
So that was (mostly) my first afternoon in Savannah. We actually ended up going back to Savannah after Charleston because we liked it so much! I organized this post by River Street experiences, although the Italian restaurant was actually in City Market, which is a nice little touristy spot with live country music and within walking distance from River Street. Which is also touristy, although I did spot some locals with my observant, touristy eyes.
My next post will be all about my experience touring Savannah's Historic District. I fell in absolute love with Savannah as I toured its beautiful squares and picturesque homes. But the city also has a young vibe to it, with its trendy hipsters, varied dining options, and unique spots all over town. But more on that next time.
Thanks for reading!