A Quiet Refuge in the Heart of Savannah
By : Eagle Latitudes
Sooner or later, you'll find yourself seduced by Savannah's irresistible Southern charms: her towering oak trees dripping with Spanish moss, the enchanting city squares surrounded by church spires and magnificent old homes, and the easygoing rhythm that's as slow as the river that flows through her heart. One of the best ways to experience the city is by staying in a historic home, many of which are now bed-and-breakfasts. For a particularly intimate and romantic stay, you'll want to consider the Green Palm Inn (circa 1897). With just four rooms (all suites), this cozy B&B offers the perfect spot for a honeymoon or to simply curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and a good mystery novel. Located a short walk from the bustling riverfront and the city's main thoroughfares, the Green Palm offers the best of Savannah as well as an escape from the crowded tourist scene. Surrounded by charming antiques and an understated elegance, you'll catch a glimpse of the days when cotton was king and mint juleps were the beverage of choice. Innkeeper Diane McCray will provide you with good directions and tips when it's time to check out the city's attractions.
Book your trip today! Visit www.aa.com, call American/American Eagle reservations at 1-800-433-7300, or call your travel agent for more information.