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Dub's, a true public house! With a carefully constructed menu & an inventive cocktail list, enjoy lunch and dinner everyday. Take in any sports games on one of their 24 tvs, or sample craft beer, enjoy live music or hang out in the game room. Housed in a historic brick warehouse, Dub's beautiful bamboo interior balances old and new Savannah. Historic Map A/B-3/4.
You'll enjoy your stay at the McMillan Inn, a Savannah Bed and Breakfast. This lovingly restored, 1888 Italianate Revival Inn awaits your romantic rendezvous with the special someone in your life. Located in the heart of Savannah's Historic District, the McMillan Inn is part of the fabric of 'America's best pedestrian city'a truly wonderful place to either explore... or simply hide away.
Hike, bike, or drive around fresh-water pools that were once rice fields but are now home to alligators, eagles, bobcats, wading birds and more. Start at the Visitor Center on Hwy 17 in SC just seven miles from downtown Savannah. Watch the Refuge video and visit the exhibits, then head for the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive. Be sure to bring your cameras and binoculars! Managed by your US Fish & Wildlife Service and supported by Friends of the Savannah Coastal Wildlife Refuges.
Situated at River Street East in Savannah's famed Historic District, Homewood Suites by Hilton Savannah Historic District/Riverfront offers views of the Savannah River to enjoy from your guest room balcony or from the resort-style rooftop area that includes a heated pool, full-service bar with food menu, cabanas and a fire pit. This Savannah hotel is ideal for extended stays or short trips for both the leisure and business traveler.
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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