If you know me at all, you know how I am in love with Savannah. I have only been there three times but nonetheless it is by far my favorite place to travel to. Since the last time that I went in 2016, I have been non stop asking my mom to come with me again for a little girls trip. After finding cheap plane tickets, we finally made it down. Our flight was around 8pm so since I worked all day my mom just picked me up on the way to the airport around 5pm. Unfortunately, there was a lot of storms down south so our flight ended up getting delayed a little bit until around 8:40pm. We flew direct so it was a super easy and convenient flight only being about an hour and a half. We landed in Savannah around 10pm but by the time we got our luggage and rental car it was easily about 11pm. Oddly enough, our rental car ended up being a Jeep Wrangler where if you have been a follower for a while you know that I used to have one. I got rid of it about two years ago because it was ridiculously expensive with gas. But I always miss having it lol! So it was cool to at least have one for the weekend. Since we knew we were going to get in late, we booked a hotel near the airport so it was less stressful and just overall more convenient. We were starving but most places were closed so we grabbed some Wendy’s, checked in, showered and then went right to bed!
CREW target crew | JACKET free people denim jacket | JOGGERS three dots joggers| SHOES black old skool vans| GLASSES quay high key mini sunglasses| CROSSBODY gucci leather top handle bag| TOTE amazon tote| SUITCASE nordstrom beis suitcase
Friday morning, my mom and I woke up, got ready and went to go visit Worsmloe Historic Site. It was about a half of an hour away from our hotel so it wasn’t far at all. While on our way we stopped at Starbucks and I tried the new pineapple matcha drink…it was so so good!! Wormsloe was absolutely breathtaking. I can’t wait to go back! It would be the perfect spot to have a picnic or even take wedding pictures. I was kind of bummed though because we had to pay about $23 just to drive through it. So if you ever plan on visiting, plan to stay for a few hours so you can make it worth while.
Wormsloe Historic Site
After we took pictures and looked around we then went to Marabelle Cafe to grab a late breakfast. I went here last time and it once again did not disappoint. They have the absolute best authentic liège waffles! It is also super aesthetically pleasing and right across the street from the cathedral of St John the Baptist so you could stop there after like we did. I made sure to take a lot pictures because it was all so gorgeous. The weather even was nice unlike the days prior so it was nice to sit outside. The view did not disappoint.
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
After eating and taking more pictures, I went shopping on Broughton street. Since parking was horrible, I ended up having my mom drop me off and I just ran to a few stores. If you plan on going here, definitely plan on spending a lot of money because it is so easy to do. It is basically a street with a bunch of popular stores from Victoria’s Secret to Urban Outfitters. I stopped at Chocolat by Adam Turoni, Fabrik, The Impeccable Pig, Spartina 449 and after my mom finally found a space we stopped at The Paris Market.
Streets of Savannah
Chocolat by Adam Turoni
The Paris Market
After shopping was complete, we finally went to go check into our hotel. We stayed at The Hampton Inn off of E Bay St. It was the prefect location in my opinion because it was right across the street from River Street. One thing that kind of sucked was that you have to pay over night to keep your car at the hotel as well as valet so if you can get away without renting a car I highly suggest it. They have peddle taxis that you can get to take you from place to place if it would be too far of a walk. After checking into our room, we unpacked and relaxed until dinner. We ordered some appetizers from SavtakOut.com. It is basically like another version of Postmates. Super easy to use and convenient. I made reservations at the Old Pink House for 5pm so I got ready around 3:30. The restaurant was only a two minute walk from our hotel so it was also really convenient. I was super impressed with the food. Everything was so incredibly good and the atmosphere was awesome. It was an old mansion turned into a bank turned into a restaurant. It was old school and I loved every second of it. To start things off, I had two glasses of their riesling because it was AMAZING and then some of their fresh bread and biscuits that our waiter brought out. All of their workers were extremely nice. As for my actual meal, I went with their crab cake with a side of asparagus and a house salad. Again, everything was so good. After dinner we walked back to our hotel. One thing I love about Savannah is how it is so big yet so small. A lot of places are in walking distance so it just makes everything so much easier.
The Old Pink House
After we finished up at dinner, we went to City Market. City Market is the best at night because it has really good night life. While we were walking around we saw so many bridal parties. I came to the realization that this is definitely where mine will be lol! We stopped at the candy store and a few other touristy shops to look around then went back to the hotel because we were both pretty exhausted.
On Saturday morning, my mom and I went to grab breakfast at Savannah Coffee Roasters which was such a cool spot! Most of the places that we went on this trip I either knew of from the last time that we visited or I did some research on the gram. Since coffee sometimes bothers my stomach, I ordered a hot tea, iced tea and their fresh fruit with greek yogurt and granola. The fruit was so dang good and was super fresh! The granola was a little hard but it was good nonetheless.
Savannah Coffee Roasters
After eating breakfast, we went to visit Forsyth Park. I didn’t have a chance to go here last time we visited so I was really excited to see the fountain. It happened to work out because since we were here the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day, they made the fountain green. St. Patrick’s Day weekend is one of the biggest weekends in Savannah if you didn’t know! It was a little cold out so we didn’t stay very long but it would be so gorgeous to visit here in the summer and have a picnic or just walk around. I was surprised how big it all was. They also have a farmer’s market on the weekend so you could turn it into a fun afternoon!
After taking some pictures, we headed to Red Clover Boutique. I discovered them last time I visited and was literally obsessed. It is easily one of my favorite boutiques because not only is their stuff cute and stylish but also budget friendly which is hard to find with boutiques these days! It was also convenient compared to other stores because there is a parking lot close by. I ended up buying the most things here so keep a lookout on my Instagram to see my outfits!
Red Clover Boutique
After shopping, we went back to our hotel to freshen up and then went over to River Street. Since my mom has trouble walking with her MS we drove to The Bohemian Hotel and did valet. It ended up being super convenient because parking was absolutely filled. Our hotel was extremely close to River Street though so if you could walk fine it is a very easy walk. After we did valet, we walked down to the river and then went to Rocks on the Roof for lunch. They have a limited menu so if you’re on the more hungry side, I suggest going to Rocks on the River instead which is in the same hotel just on the bottom floor.
Rocks on the Roof
After eating and taking in the view, we went back to the hotel to relax until our Old Savannah Ghost Tour. If you didn’t know I secretly am a history nerd so I love going on ghost tours in Savannah. We did one last time we visited and it was amazing! The one we did last time was a horse and carriage ride where as this one was a trolley. It was about two hours long and they drove you around to a bunch of spots around town. Since it was somewhat cold out, we had the sides down but it would be gorgeous on a summer night with them open! For the most part, we stayed on the trolley which was convenient for my mom. At some stops they had characters come on who had something to do with that spot such as the home owner or someone who passed close by so it made it pretty cool because you got to learn about the persons life. The only stop that we got off at was the last one which was the Telfair Museum.
A quick little background about the Telfair Museum….It was the first art museum in the southern United States. It opened in 1886 in the Telfair family’s renovated Regency style mansion known as Telfair Academy. And yes, it is said to be haunted.
Hampton Inn Hotel Roof Top
Our hotel was in such a good location and everyone was so incredibly nice. When I come back to Savannah, I will be booking again. They have a pool on the rooftop and this incredible view!
As bad as I wanted to stay, we unfortunately had to head home Sunday morning. We woke up around 8:30 and headed to the airport. On our way, we stopped to fill the Jeep up which only ended up being like $12 since we didn’t drive very much. One thing about Savannah is it feels so big but it is honestly pretty small. All in all, this was one of the best mini vacations that I have ever been on and I can not wait to go back. Savannah is by far my favorite place on earth. I absolutely love it.