TWT Travel Binder: Georgia

 

Here are some resources to help you plan your own “travels with two” to Georgia.

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Where Savannah Takes Refuge

Okay, so Savannah, Georgia isn’t exactly known for stress.  

Between March and May, though, it is overrun with tourists coming to see garden and house tours, glimpse the famous Forsyth Park Fountain and the ornate chalk-drawing contest at Savannah College of Art & Design’s Annual Sidewalk Festival, and gorge themselves at Food Network star Paula Deen’s The Lady & Sons.

The Savannah National Wildlife Refuge (7 miles north of Savannah on U.S. 17), is conversely a place of perfect peace.  It’s so quiet you can hear breeze rustling the marsh grasses. Crawl through the visitor loop by car to spot alligators, herons, turtles and more, but also be sure to stop and take to the park by foot. Pick a weekday and you’ll be largely alone.   [Read more…]