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There is nothing more beautiful than Savannah in the springtime. With flowers in full bloom and the warm summer air filling the streets, there is no better time to visit Savannah Georgia than in the spring. Whether you want to see all the sights or just relax, you are sure to have the perfect time in Savannah Georgia, this spring. We, here at the President’s Quarters’ Inn, want you and your family to have a wonderful time in Savannah, Georgia, this spring. Read on to find out about our favorite things to do in the area. 1. Take a Walk Through Forsyth Park One of the prettiest sights in Savannah is just … Continue reading
What are you doing this April? We, here at President’s Quarters’ Inn, want you to know what is happening in the beautiful city of Savannah. One of our favorite events featured in Savannah during this time of the year is the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015! This Festival makes the streets of Savannah come to life with vibrant colors and sounds. Experience a tradition that is nearly as old as the university itself. Whether you are looking for a way to spend a beautiful spring afternoon or you want to immerse yourself in the rich culture of art, you should attend or enter the SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival 2015. Chalk … Continue reading
Savannah GA is an ideal place for community-wide festivals. The lovely setting and almost year-round beautiful weather make this a great location. Here are a few of the more than 200 city-wide annual festivals in Savannah. January Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration- this festival highlights the life of this civil rights pioneer. February Georgia Heritage Society’s Colonial Fair and Muster- this celebrates the founding of the Colony of Georgia which was started in Savannah by James E. Oglethorpe on February 12, 1733. These events are designed to promote the preservation of the history, historical sites, documents and other materials that are so important to the heritage of this state … Continue reading