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The 19th Century Italianate house constructed for Andrew Low in 1848-49 was designed by John Norris. The site interprets the life of Andrew Low and his family, including his daughter-in-law Juliette Gordon Low. The house contains one of the South's finest collections of furnishings and decorative arts assembled by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the state of GA. Historic Map #16.
The River Street Inn is a great Savannah experience with a distinctive sense of style that we want to share with you. The central Atrium with 5 floors wrapped around it is the backdrop for antique and reproduction furnishings, evoking the subtle sophistication of Savannah. The Inn has been preserved with the feeling of yesteryear but with all the modern conveniences.
As one of the newest hotels in the area, Fairfield Inn & Suites Savannah Midtown is the perfect home base for today's tech-savvy travelers looking for an escape to work or play. Make yourself comfortable in their spacious rooms and suites boasting contemporary decor and luxurious bedding, or stay productive with their ergonomic workspaces and complimentary Wi-Fi. In the morning, stop by the complimentary hot breakfast buffet and enjoy a wide selection of hot and healthy favorites.
Entertainment that enlivens the city's nightlife in the refurbished c. 1818 Savannah Theatre and brings the audience Broadway-Style musical productions. The talented cast and band bring fantastic entertainment to Savannah. The 2014 schedule features a variety of music, spanning a wide spectrum of genres. Call or visit www.savannahtheatre.com for more details. Historic Map Key #7
Savannah, the sultry gem of the Old South is an experience that will stay with you forever. A walking city beloved for its enchanted squares with moss-draped trees, romantic Savannah always seems to hit a cord in the heartstrings of every visitor.
The one-mile square historic district is like a world unto itself. Take the time to stroll along brick and cobblestone sidewalks that wind past historic houses with secret gardens. Discover fine shops and galleries, awe-inspiring churches, fascinating museums and fabulous restaurants.
Make time for a trip to "Savannah's Beach," Tybee Island. A mere 18 miles from downtown, Tybee has a distinctively laid-back character where dolphins play off the breakers, treasure hunters look for shells and families enjoy miles of white sand beaches.
Being a local myself, I've always felt Savannah coexists well with the new because its residents have a deep respect for its history and culture. The people are a vital part of the experience. The pace is slower than other cities its size, but that is part of the charm. It casts a warm spell on visitors, one that keeps them coming back.
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