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Charleston to Savannah: The Antebellum South

7 days
Slow your pace, sip a mint julep and feel yourself inadvertently slip into a drawl. The antebellum South will entice you with its elegant architecture, its lush scenery and—especially—its effortless hospitality. From luxurious plantations and Civil War forts to Lowcountry landmarks and waterfront cities, you’ll discover the unique culture and indisputable charm of the South.

Let us handle the details

Expert Tour Director

Local cuisine with beer or wine

Handpicked hotels

Sightseeing with local guides

Private transportation

Personalized flight options

Let us handle the details

Expert Tour Director

Local cuisine with beer or wine

Handpicked hotels

Sightseeing with local guides

Private transportation

Personalized flight options

Your tour includes

  • 6 nights in handpicked hotels

  • Breakfast daily, 2 three-course dinners with beer or wine

  • Guided sightseeing

  • Tour Director

  • Private deluxe motor coach

  • Select entrance fees

Charleston, South Carolina3 nights Hotel info

Day 1

Included meals: Dinner

Arrive in Charleston, South Carolina, and check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to relax or begin acquainting yourself with the city of Charleston. Meet your fellow travelers at this evening’s welcome dinner.

Day 2

Included meals: Breakfast

An expert local guide leads this morning’s sightseeing tour of Charleston, known as the Holy City for its history of religious tolerance. Today, the city is an exuberant blend of Spanish, British, French and Gullah influences, and on your tour you’ll see many landmarks, including the Old Citadel, the College of Charleston, the Four Corners of Law, the Battery, Rainbow Row, the Charleston Museum, the Old Exchange Building and City Market, where you can buy sweetgrass baskets to take home.

Day 3

Included meals: Breakfast

Today is yours to explore Charleston on your own. Give in to the antebellum allure of this charming Southern gem: stroll along the quaint streets, past stately, multicolored mansions that stand as they have for centuries. Perhaps hop on a cruise to Fort Sumter—site of the first shot fired in the Civil War. Or simply sit and sip iced tea at a local cafe. You’ll see pineapples—a symbol of hospitality—etched on everything from mailboxes to flags, reminding you that you’re very welcome here. This afternoon, opt to travel outside the city on an optional excursion to Drayton Hall Plantation, one of the oldest working plantations in the South. As you drive down its oak-lined lane, take in the picturesque branches laden with Spanish moss overhead. On your tour through the plantation, you’ll learn about the day-to-day life of those who ran the plantation as well as their history. This excursion also includes dinner at nearby Middleton Place.

Optional Excursion - Southern Plantations & Dinner $125*pp Details

Venture to Drayton Hall, where you'll explore the only Antebellum mansion on the Ashley River that survived the Civil War, remaining true to its original colonial heritage today. Tour the home and its grounds and gardens, before traveling to Middleton Place Plantation to observe the day-to-day duties of the country's oldest operational plantation. At this carefully preserved 18th-century landmark, you’ll meet some of the workers that keep the plantation alive today. After exploring the historic grounds, settle in for a formal dinner of traditional southern food served at the plantation.

Must be booked 30 days before departure

Jekyll Island, Georgia1 night Hotel info

Day 4

Included meals: Breakfast

Included entrances: The Penn Center

Say goodbye to Charleston this morning as you travel to the charming city of Beaufort on Port Royal Island. Your Tour Director will introduce you to the scenic waterfront, historic homes and quaint shops of this National Historic Landmark. Enjoy free time for lunch before continuing on to St. Helena Island. Here, you’ll visit the Penn Center, one of the country’s first schools for freed slaves, and learn about the sea islands’ Gullah-Geechee culture. Arrive on Jekyll Island later this afternoon.

Savannah, Georgia2 nights Hotel info

Day 5

Included meals: Breakfast

This morning, enjoy free time to explore Jekyll Island, one of Georgia’s Golden Isles. Along with its white sand beaches and pleasant climate, the island is famous for its Jekyll Island Club, a place where some of America’s elite families, tycoons, politicians and socialites—such as the Morgans, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts—vacationed. This afternoon, continue on to the largest of Georgia’s Golden Isles, St. Simons Island. Your Tour Director will lead you on a tour of the island, including the lighthouse, Fort Frederica National Monument and Christ Episcopal Church, built in 1820 and nearly destroyed by Union troops during the Civil War. During your tour, you might even hear a ghost story or two based on the island’s many documented hauntings, such as the doomed ghost pirates that sail the creeks and inlets of St. Simons Island on their ghost ships. Arrive in Savannah this evening and consider joining our optional excursion for a night of Southern cuisine accompanied by live music.

Optional Excursion - Southern Dinner & Music $79*pp Details

Start your evening with some authentic southern cooking, from fried chicken to fresh seafood to low country boil. Then, head to the historic Savannah Theatre for an evening of theatrics. Having opened its doors in 1818, the theatre has hosted many famous players through the years, including Sarah Bernhardt and Oscar Wilde.

Must be booked 30 days before departure

Day 6

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning, set out on a guided tour of Savannah. On February 12, 1733, when James Oglethorpe and 114 colonists from Gravesend, England, arrived at Yamacraw Bluff on the Savannah River to found the 13th colony, Georgia, Oglethorpe laid down only four rules: no slaves, no Roman Catholics, no strong drink and no lawyers. The city of Savannah also became America’s first “planned city,” designed by Oglethorpe into blocks of lots centered around a grid of 24 public squares, 21 of which still exist today. Over the centuries, Savannah found prosperity in the form of rice and cotton (Eli Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin effectively reversed the ruling on slave ownership), and faced hardship during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Today, you’ll experience the city’s storied past as you enjoy a guided tour through the city. Highlights include such landmarks as Forsyth Park, River Street, the Waving Girl statue, the Cotton Exchange and Colonial Park Cemetery. The afternoon is free for you to explore the city on your own, perhaps visiting the locations described in the book “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” Tonight, join your group for a fond farewell dinner, where you can reminisce about your trip.

Day 7

Included meals: Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

Begin your return journey home.

Let us handle the details

Expert Tour Director

Local cuisine with beer or wine

Handpicked hotels

Sightseeing with local guides

Private transportation

Personalized flight options

Your tour includes

  • 6 nights in handpicked hotels

  • Breakfast daily, 2 three-course dinners with beer or wine

  • Guided sightseeing

  • Tour Director

  • Private deluxe motor coach

  • Select entrance fees

Charleston, South Carolina3 nights Hotel info

Day 1

Arrive in Charleston, South Carolina, and check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to relax or begin acquainting yourself with the city of Charleston.

Day 2

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

An expert local guide leads this morning’s sightseeing tour of Charleston, known as the Holy City for its history of religious tolerance. Today, the city is an exuberant blend of Spanish, British, French and Gullah influences, and on your tour you’ll see many landmarks, including the Old Citadel, the College of Charleston, the Four Corners of Law, the Battery, Rainbow Row, the Charleston Museum, the Old Exchange Building and City Market, where you can buy sweetgrass baskets to take home. This afternoon, travel outside the city to Drayton Hall Plantation, one of the oldest working plantations in the South. As you drive down its oak-lined lane, take in the picturesque branches laden with Spanish moss overhead. On your tour through the plantation, you’ll learn about the day-to-day life of those who ran the plantation as well as their history. You’ll also visit the nearby Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens. Tonight, enjoy a welcome dinner with your group.

Day 3

Included meals: Breakfast

Today is yours to explore Charleston on your own. Give in to the antebellum allure of this charming Southern gem: stroll along the quaint streets, past stately, multicolored mansions that stand as they have for centuries. Perhaps hop on a cruise to Fort Sumter—site of the first shot fired in the Civil War. Or simply sit and sip iced tea at a local cafe. You’ll see pineapples—a symbol of hospitality—etched on everything from mailboxes to flags, reminding you that you’re very welcome here.

Jekyll Island, Georgia1 night Hotel info

Day 4

Included meals: Breakfast

Included entrances: The Penn Center

Say goodbye to Charleston this morning as you travel to the charming city of Beaufort on Port Royal Island. Your Tour Director will introduce you to the scenic waterfront, historic homes and quaint shops of this National Historic Land mark. Enjoy free time for lunch before continuing on to St. Helena Island. Here, you’ll visit the Penn Center, one of the country’s first schools for freed slaves, and learn about the sea islands’ Gullah-Geechee culture. Arrive on Jekyll Island later this afternoon.

Savannah, Georgia2 nights Hotel info

Day 5

Included meals: Breakfast

Included entrances: Fort Frederica

This morning, enjoy free time to explore Jekyll Island, one of Georgia’s Golden Isles. Along with its white sand beaches and pleasant climate, the island is famous for its Jekyll Island Club, a place where some of America’s elite families, tycoons, politicians and socialites—such as the Morgans, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts—vacationed. This afternoon, continue on to the largest of Georgia’s Golden Isles, St. Simons Island. Your Tour Director will lead you on a tour of the island, including the lighthouse, Fort Frederica National Monument and Christ Episcopal Church, built in 1820 and nearly destroyed by Union troops during the Civil War. During your tour, you might even hear a ghost story or two based on the island’s many documented hauntings, such as the doomed ghost pirates that sail the creeks and inlets of St. Simons Island on their ghost ships. Arrive in Savannah this evening and consider joining our optional excursion for a night of Southern cuisine accompanied by live music.

Optional Excursion - Southern Dinner & Music $79*pp Details

Start your evening with some authentic southern cooking, from fried chicken to fresh seafood to low country boil. Then, head to the historic Savannah Theatre for an evening of theatrics. Having opened its doors in 1818, the theatre has hosted many famous players through the years, including Sarah Bernhardt and Oscar Wilde.

Must be booked 30 days before departure

Day 6

Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning, set out on a guided tour of Savannah. On February 12, 1733, when James Oglethorpe and 114 colonists from Gravesend, England, arrived at Yamacraw Bluff on the Savannah River to found the 13th colony, Georgia, Oglethorpe laid down only four rules: no slaves, no Roman Catholics, no strong drinks and no lawyers. The city of Savannah became America’s first “planned city,” designed by Oglethorpe into blocks of lots centered around a grid of 24 public squares, 21 of which still exist today. Over the centuries, Savannah found prosperity in the form of rice and cotton (Eli Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin effectively reversed the ruling on slave ownership), and faced hardship during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Today, you’ll experience the city’s storied past as you enjoy a guided tour through the city. Highlights include such landmarks as Forsyth Park, River Street, the Waving Girl statue, the Cotton Exchange and Colonial Park Cemetery. The afternoon is free for you to explore the city on your own, perhaps strolling through the charming city squares or visiting the locations described in the book “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.” Tonight, join your group for a fond farewell dinner, where you can reminisce about your trip.

Day 7

Included meals: Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

Begin your return journey home.

Add St. Augustine, 2 nights $399 pp

Travel down the coast to Florida and soak in the charming British and Spanish roots of historic St. Augustine, Florida.

St. Augustine, Florida2 nights Hotel info

Day 7

Included meals: Breakfast

Transfer to St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European settlement and port in the continental U.S. In the afternoon, you are free to explore the town.

Day 8

Included meals: Breakfast

Your Tour Director leads a sightseeing tour of St. Augustine, featuring the Castillo de San Marcos and the Fountain of Youth. The tour concludes in the Spanish Quarter, with free time for shopping. This afternoon, opt for a scenic cruise featuring views of the city’s most impressive historic landmarks.

Optional Excursion - St. Augustine Scenic Cruise & Lunch $55*pp Details

Traverse the crystal clear waters of the Floridian coast during this scenic cruise from St. Augustine. You’ll see many historical landmarks along the way, as well as the local wildlife that make the marshes their home. Afterward, head to a local restaurant for an included lunch. Please note: If you take any medicine for seasickness, it is recommended that you bring it with you.

Day 9

Included meals: Breakfast (excluding early morning departures)

A Go Ahead representative escorts you to the airport to assist with check-in for your return flight home.

How's the weather?

  • Charleston, South Carolina, United States
  • Jekyll Island, Georgia, United States
  • Savannah, Georgia, United States
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Passport & Visa Requirements

Valid government-issued identification is required for air travel within the United States. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please be sure to have your required identification with you as well. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please be sure to have your required identification with you as well.

Baggage Allowance

Airlines have varying weight restrictions on luggage. Be advised that most domestic airlines impose additional charges if you choose to check any baggage, and that you are responsible for any such costs. Contact your airline for detailed information regarding luggage size and weight restrictions for your flight, but please note that Go Ahead travelers are restricted to one checked bag per person due to storage limitations on motor coaches and other internal transfers, which may include train connections or flights. One carry-on bag is also permitted, provided that it does not exceed 45 total inches (length + width + height). Make sure you label your baggage and carry valuables, medication and documents in your carry-on bag.

Clothing & Packing Tips

To ensure you’re comfortable while out exploring, we recommend packing lightweight, loose-fitting clothing that can be easily layered. For sightseeing, we suggest bringing a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers, as well as a lightweight jacket or rainwear. If you’re planning a visit to a high-end restaurant or performance, you may also want to bring dressier attire. Also, please remember that it’s preferable to avoid showing bare legs or shoulders during visits to churches or other religious sites (entrance may be denied on this basis).

Health

There are no major health risks associated with traveling to the Southern U.S. Be sure to check with your doctor or health care provider for the latest updates and travel requirements.

Cuisine

The United States contains some of the most varied food in the world. Most of the cuisine on this tour is well-known to Americans, but look out for delicious Southern delicacies, such as true Southern fried chicken, okra and collard greens, as well as refreshing sweet tea.

Transportation

All included transportation on your tour is by private motor coach.

Time Zones

Your tour will fall on Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Tipping

At the conclusion of your tour, it’s customary to offer your Tour Director and driver a gratuity. We recommend tipping in your tour country’s currency, the equivalent of $3USD/CAD per person per day for your driver and $6USD/CAD to $9USD/CAD per person per day for your Tour Director. If applicable, we also recommend the equivalent of $2USD/CAD per local guide. Tips can only be paid in cash. Please keep current local currency exchange rates in mind when tipping.

How's the weather?

  • Charleston, South Carolina, United States
  • Jekyll Island, Georgia, United States
  • Savannah, Georgia, United States
  • St. Augustine, Florida, United States
Temperature Precipitation
  • JAN
  • FEB
  • MAR
  • APR
  • MAY
  • JUN
  • JUL
  • AUG
  • SEP
  • OCT
  • NOV
  • DEC

Passport & Visa Requirements

Valid government-issued identification is required for air travel within the United States. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please be sure to have your required identification with you as well. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please be sure to have your required identification with you as well.

Baggage Allowance

Airlines have varying weight restrictions on luggage. Be advised that most domestic airlines impose additional charges if you choose to check any baggage, and that you are responsible for any such costs. Contact your airline for detailed information regarding luggage size and weight restrictions for your flight, but please note that Go Ahead travelers are restricted to one checked bag per person due to storage limitations on motor coaches and other internal transfers, which may include train connections or flights. One carry-on bag is also permitted, provided that it does not exceed 45 total inches (length + width + height). Make sure you label your baggage and carry valuables, medication and documents in your carry-on bag.

Clothing & Packing Tips

To ensure you’re comfortable while out exploring, we recommend packing lightweight, loose-fitting clothing that can be easily layered. For sightseeing, we suggest bringing a sturdy pair of walking shoes or sneakers, as well as a lightweight jacket or rainwear. If you’re planning a visit to a high-end restaurant or performance, you may also want to bring dressier attire. Also, please remember that it’s preferable to avoid showing bare legs or shoulders during visits to churches or other religious sites (entrance may be denied on this basis).

Health

There are no major health risks associated with traveling to the Southern U.S. Be sure to check with your doctor or health care provider for the latest updates and travel requirements.

Cuisine

The United States contains some of the most varied food in the world. Most of the cuisine on this tour is well-known to Americans, but look out for delicious Southern delicacies, such as true Southern fried chicken, okra and collard greens, as well as refreshing sweet tea.

Transportation

All included transportation on your tour is by private motor coach.

Time Zones

Your tour will fall on Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Tipping

At the conclusion of your tour, it’s customary to offer your Tour Director and driver a gratuity. We recommend tipping in your tour country’s currency, the equivalent of $3USD/CAD per person per day for your driver and $6USD/CAD to $9USD/CAD per person per day for your Tour Director. If applicable, we also recommend the equivalent of $2USD/CAD per local guide. Tips can only be paid in cash. Please keep current local currency exchange rates in mind when tipping.

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4 / 5

4 / 5

Traveled On: 5/25/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: FL

Tour Director: 2 / 5

Tour Value: 3 / 5

history

This tour was very historical. I enjoyed the tour but wish i had more time at certain stops. My tour director seemed to wander off on her own to much. I will more than likely travel with Go Ahead tours in the future. The pre-tour staff did a super job arraigning flights and etc

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 5/25/2014

Number of Past Tours: 4

From: NJ

Tour Director: 4 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Great Southern Tour

My husband & I thoroughly enjoyed the Charleston, S.C. to Savannah, GA tour the end of May, 2014. There was so much to see & do and so much history to learn & remember that we only put a small dent in it. The organized tour itself gave us a wonderful overview and the opportunity to see other places we would never have ventured to or found on our own, ie Jekyll Is., where the Hampton Inn was superb & upscale, St.Simons Is, The Penn Center, & beautiful Beaufort. We were lucky on own to have taken a side trip to Ft. Sumter and 2 carriage rides in Charleston & one in Beaufort to see spots off the beaten track that gave us a greater appreciation for the area. The restaurants and food were so different from what we are used to, delicious and a fun experience......I now love grits!! Our tour guide, Jennifer, was extremely knowledgeable in the area and a great help in recommending restaurants and activities including a detailed typed daily itinerary which kept us on schedule, not to mention her patience in putting up with our bus group!

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 4/27/2014

Number of Past Tours: 4

From: PA

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Best Tour Director

Beautiful and fun tour with Yvette, the best tour director I've experienced, very kind, knowledgeable and provided extra pleasures to do and see! Did her very best to assure all were having a great time. Cities were lovely with southern charm and hospitality as expected. Especially liked Jekyll Island, maybe the trip should end there for a couple of days for R&R! Wonderful trip.

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 4/13/2014

Number of Past Tours: 3

From: WY

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

A Delightful Trip

The hotels were in great locations to explore the cities on foot. I appreciated having the free time in order to enjoy the many attractions that the cities offered. Jennifer provided a written itinerary of our tour with suggestions of things to see and do with foods to try in Charleston, Beaufort, Jekyll Island and Savannah. Jennifer arranged additional optional tours in Beaufort and Jekyll Island. After the first morning, there were complaints about the breakfast at the hotel. The rest of the breakfasts there were much better, thanks to Jennifer talking to the hotel. In spite of challenging circumstances beyond her control, Jennifer maintained a professional demeanor and demonstrated true southern hospitality. The welcome dinner and the farewell dinner were excellent meals. I’m looking forward to seeing Jennifer as my tour guide on future Go Ahead tours.

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 4/13/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: WY

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Wonderful Tour Director

Jennifer was warm, funny and charming. She did a great job of sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm for the area.

5 / 5

5 / 5

Traveled On: 4/12/2014

Number of Past Tours: 4

From: WA

Tour Director: 2 / 5

Tour Value: 5 / 5

Historical South

Great centrally located hotels, Courtyard by Marriott and Hampton Inn and suites. Lots of history and good local guides.Take all the optional tours and dinners, they are well worth it.. Too bad our tour director wasn't up on basic Go Ahead procedures but in spite of problems just about everybody seemed to have a great tour. I'm sure Go Ahead will have things straightend out on the next one. Plenty of feedback to the Go Ahead office.

2 / 5

2 / 5

Traveled On: 4/13/2014

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: CT

Tour Director: 1 / 5

Tour Value: 2 / 5

Worst Tour Director

Do your homework before you go on this tour because you'll have to make your own plans and your own fun. If you get Jennifer as your Tour Director, you will receive no help and no information from her. Since you will have a lot of free time, you will need to make your own plans or the hotel Concierge can help you with that. Bring your paperwork as well, to show that you are supposed to have a "breakfast buffet" and not just oatmeal, fruit juice and coffee. I must say that the hotel choices were very good and in good locations, which was a help in getting around both cities. The travel information we received made a point of saying that wine and beer was included in the dinners that were part of the tour. However, when it came time for those dinners, the wait staff disagreed. We showed them the brochure and Jennifer said we could have "one drink, just one". Generally a karafe would be put on the table. Flights to and from were a mess and travelers paid extra to travel direct. So what normally would be approximately a 3.5 hr. flight for me, took me almost 8 hrs. just in flying time between airport connections. Cost of trip was too much for what you actually received. I don't believe I will ever travel with GoAhead again.

 

Thank you for taking time to review your Charleston to Savannah: The Antebellum South tour. Your feedback is very important to the improvement and development of our tours and the services we provide before, during and after your experience. I am very sorry to hear that your interaction with your tour director was unsatisfactory. I can assure you that this not a common trend with our Tour Directors. In fact, many of our customers find them to be one of the biggest highlights of their experience. Your comments have been taken seriously and your evaluation is being actively reviewed with the appropriate office. I do hope that you will provide us with the opportunity to better serve you in the future and provide a positive experience on a future Go Ahead Tour. Ultimately, we want every one of our customers to feel completely satisfied. We apologize for any inconvenience and look forward to welcoming you onto another tour in the future. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance.

Posted by Go Ahead Tours on May 02, 2014

4 / 5

4 / 5

Traveled On: 10/12/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: PA

Tour Director: 3 / 5

Tour Value: 4 / 5

"Average" tour director

Tour director got off message too often and fellow travelers were often confused or did not comprehend times to meet etc. because of Her digressing and rumblings. At Holiday Inn in Charleston there was only one hotel bus running into the city and it was not large enough to transport enough fellow travelers. The hotel should furnish travelers about the availability and cheap cost per person of Taxies. ($4 per person) Our going home meal in Savannah was at Uncle Bubbas! Service was horrible! Food was horrendous! I was informed that the Tour Director was advised on several occasions to NOT GO To BUBBAS but She always takes tourists there! Makes one wonder why? Everything else was Great!

3 / 5

3 / 5

Traveled On: 10/12/2013

Number of Past Tours: 1

From: NY

Tour Director: 5 / 5

Tour Value: 4 / 5

Suggestion for a Better Tour

I thought there were too many people in the group (37). It slowed our bus tours because we had to wait for 37 people to get on and off. I thought the Holiday Inn in Charleston was very inconveniently located, and the rooms were old looking and not as clean as I look for In my accommodations. I thought that the choice of restaurant on our first night was poor. I also think Go Ahead should not include any restaurants at all. Both Charleston and Savannah are areas known for their choices of gourmet Southern restaurants.I knew better than to attend the farewell dinner. Instead, I suggest a welcome meeting with the guide and group members on the first day; perhaps with drinks and details of our activities. Since everyone has access to the internet, we can find our own restaurants!

4 / 5

4 / 5

Traveled On: 10/12/2013

Number of Past Tours: 3

From: OH

Tour Director: 4 / 5

Tour Value: 3 / 5

Lots of history

Our city tour guides at each of our stops ,Charleston, Beaufort , Jekyll island and Savannah, provided wonderful lessons in history and culture. It was nice to have extra time in Charleston and Savannah to explore these cities on our own. We took the optional tour to Middleton plantation which I would recommend. Due to the government shutdown we were unable to go to Fort Fredrika, which allowed us to arrive in Savannah several hours earlier than planned. Savannah is a beautiful city and I appreciated the extra time. Great food and beautiful squares!

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