We returned home late Sunday afternoon, tired because all day was spent in airports. We did have a lovely time though. Savannah is a beautiful city with such charm. The architecture and the 23 squares are worth the trip. The live oaks in the squares were huge. We got there a little after noon on Thursday and walked in the cold and rain until we were exhausted, but there is so much to see that even all day Friday and Saturday didn't cover it. The above picture is of the two old homes that make up the Gastonian Inn.
A fireplace in every room, including the kitchen where we ate breakfast at one of two tables. The dining room hosted the afternoon tea and wine bar from 4:30 - 6:00. We only managed to make one, but it was very nice. Each morning, we enjoyed a nice fire before going to breakfast.
The food in Savannah was wonderful! We ate at a number of places, but my favorite was Vic's because of the sweet potato bread pudding with vanilla bean ice cream and ganache (no chocolate in the ganache, unusual but delicious). However, every meal was delicious; the city can really pride itself on its food.
Yesterday and today I've been babysitting so Amelia could go back to work to get caught up on some stuff. Tomorrow, she and Bryce will be staying home. When Fee came home last night, he said, "This house looks like a nursery." Yep.