September 22, 2018

georgia / sc

Back in March (I know, it's been a long time), my eldest sister came to Seattle with her two teenage daughters (during their spring break) and watched our kids for us so David and I could visit the South for the first time. I am so grateful to them for coming all the way up here so we could spend some time together all by ourselves. It was lovely!
We first drove to Hilton Head, SC and enjoyed a few days there. It was a cute little town and the beach was really beautiful. We spent one of the days in Savannah and it was so amazing. I love this city and would've happily spent way more time there. We first stopped at The Collins Quarter for brunch and it was so good that I wanted to go back for lunch and dinner. It was sooooooo good and the atmosphere was so charming.
Then we walked around Savannah and I died at the Spanish Moss and the architecture and the delicious food. I pretended that I was a student at SCAD and was dying at all the cute shops and design of the area surrounding the design school.
I loved all the parks throughout Savannah. Forsyth Park was so charming. March was a little early in the spring for things to bloom but I could imagine that in full-on spring it was stunning! We hope to go back to Savannah again and next time hit up Charleston too!
After Savannah, we drove to Atlanta, where my sister picked us up and took us to their house in Columbus. It was so fun to see their family and their house. They took us to a delicious restaurant, made us delicious food (my BIL is a fabulous cook), walked along the river and I got to reconnect with my nieces and nephews, who I haven't seen in a long time. We also went to Callaway Gardens and it was so beautiful. If you're ever in that area, it's worth a visit. I can imagine that it's a super fun place for locals. I also love my sister.

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