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River Street, Savannah Georgia
  • So, it might not be the best place for wheelchair users or those who cannot tolerate a lot of walking on rough surfaces


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      The last stop on all of the major tour trolleys driving around historic Savannah is River Street. Why last? Because you will want to take your time there, buy lots of stuff, and then you will be tired enough to go back to your car satisfied at the end of a wonderful day!

      River Street is an old cobblestone street where many of Savannah’s finest shops and restaurants are located.

      You can look across at the river and often see


      the ferries and the riverboat which offers brunch and dinner cruises.

      There are always street musicians performing, making the atmosphere artistic and fun.

      Some very find candies are made at the Savannah candy shops, and you can smell the praline from two or three stores down.

      On going in, you’ll likely be offered a sample of fresh, warm pecan praline.

      Then you are very likely to buy some! Souvenir shops abound, and you can get everything from your standard ...


      • tee shirts, shells and replicas of the historic homes to candies, foods and sauces made by the famous Paula Deen.

        Many hotels and bed and breakfasts are located right on River Street, so if you wish to spend a little more to be there at the center of it all, it may be worth looking into.

        Also on River Street are pickup points for all the trolley tours, plenty of awesome places to eat, from casual to fine dining– from Southern cooking

        to ethnic and international foods.

        River Street is the must-see, must-shop spot in Savannah Georgia.

        One warning for the ladies, do not wear high heels! Those streets were not made for them and you could easily get hurt.

        There is a bit of steep walking and climbing on narrow stairs.

        It is an old place and was probably intended for horses! So, it might not be the best place for wheelchair users or those who cannot tolerate a lot of walking on rough surfaces.




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