It is about 10 hours from Maryland to Savannah, so we left at 4 AM Thursday morning to head down. We got to town around 2pm, and checked into our hotel for a bit of a rest before we went sight-seeing. We had a 7:15 reservation at The Lady & Sons, Paula Deen's restaurant.
I didn't expect the restaurant to be a three story part of this building. It's pretty big inside.
After dinner we walked around a bit, and headed to the river walk. There was a little square, called Johnson Square. Since my maiden name is Johnson, I had to take a picture with the sign.
There was a really neat plant that caught my attention, so I had to get a picture (this is a theme for the whole trip).
The river walk area was so neat. There were shops everywhere, musicians on the corners, artists set up to paint people, and a pretty view of the river.
This is Marc and Amanda, our traveling buddies.
A fancy honey shop...
And on the way back to our truck, we saw a horse and cart. I managed to catch the horse relieving himself....oops. :-)
We only had one night in Savannah, and there was so much we didn't get to see. I'd love to go back and spend an entire week there!