Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Savannah, Georgia Dinner

We had a wonderful dinner at Huey's on River Street. We had thought about eating at Paula Deen's Restaurant again but it was closed for their Christmas Party. We had been to Huey's Restaurant the last time we were in Savannah and it was really good so we decided to try it again.

 I had Shrimp and Grits. It was great!

Caleb had the Pasta Jambalaya. He loved it! I, of course, had to taste of it again too and it was delicious!

Our last dinner in Savannah was wonderful! I would definitely recommend Huey's to anyone visiting Savannah!

Where is your favorite place to dine in Savannah?

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Savannah, Georgia - Sunday

On Sunday we woke up early to continue exploring around Savannah. It was another beautiful day. I could just walk around forever looking at all the amazing houses. We had lunch at the Pirate House. It was really good! Everyone had said that we should eat there on our last visit but we never did. Caleb had the lunch buffet and I had a She Crab Soup, salad, and sandwich which ended up being way too much. I could have just ordered a bowl of the She Crab Soup and been satisfied! It was absolutely delicious!

That afternoon we rode out to Tybee and stopped back by Bonaventure Cemetary. I know for some people cemetaries are creepy unless you have a loved one there but Bonaventure is different than any other cemetary that I have ever visited. It's very peaceful and beautiful. It also holds this mysterious vibe.

This is cottage that Mary Kay Andrews owns on Tybee. She is one of my favorite authors. Such a cute little house!

That afternoon we walked back through some of the squares. We stopped back by The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist. When we walked in the door there was the most beautiful sound. The choir was practicing for their Christmas service in the balcony. It was amazing and one of the highlights of our trip. Caleb and I just sat and listened through several songs.