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The two RV Gypsies enjoyed a day
in Savannah, Georgia
October 20, 2014
(Page 1 of 2)

Savannah is the largest city in Chatham County Georgia. The city of Savannah was established in 1733 and was the colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah is credited as being America’s first planned city. The City is laid out in a series of grids that allow for wide open streets intertwined with shady public squares and parks that served as town meeting places and centers of business. Savannah had 24 original squares with 21 still in existence.

Welcome to Savannah sign the two RV Gypsies in Savannah, Georgia

Karen took several photos of Savannah City Hall from different angles.

Savannah City Hall sign Savannah City Hall
Savannah City Hall
Savannah City Hall
Savannah City Hall
Savannah City Hall

Below: The two RV Gypsies returned here in 2021 and took a different view of Savannah City Hall

Savannah City Hall 2021

laughing clipart dudeLee Duquette's hair turned green

Lee Duquette with green hair
Old Time Photo statue

Cobblestone roads, steep staircases, and lots of walking bridges.

historic steps sign
historic steps
walk bridge
looking down

Water fountain in Ellis Square

Water fountain in Ellis Square
Water fountain in Ellis Square
Lee Duquette and Marilyn Monroe a dune buggy

This is the second time that the two RV Gypsies ate at Kevin Barrys Irish Pub and both times they sat on the second floor so they could look out at the riverfront. The food was excellent both times.
NOTE: Unfortunately when the two RV Gypsies returned here in 2021, they found this restaurant closed because their lease had expired and they decided to retire. The two RV Gypsies were extremely disappointed.

Kevin Barrys Irish Pub Kevin Barrys Irish Pub sign
Kevin Barrys Irish Pub food
Kevin Barrys Irish Pub food
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Historical Plaques, Monuments, and more Georgia history