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Great pics of Savannah.  So inviting, so beautiful and unique this lovely garden of good and evil. I will see it for myself on June 7th or 8th unless my Cali friends en route to New York's Broadway rather go to Myrtle Beach, but I don't want to go there.  Thanks for the pre-tour...

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"If I'm shinin', everybody gonna shine (yeah, I'm goals)
I was born like this, don't even gotta try (now you know)
I'm like chardonnay, get better over time (so you know)
Lizzo, JUICE!
 
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Salt Island Fish & Chips, Tybee Island
 
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Tybee Island
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"One man's dream
-Yanni
 
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Tybee Island
 
"There is no explaining what your imagination
can make you see and feel
-Fleetwood Mac, HYPNOTIZED
 
 
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Telfair Museum of Art, Barnard Street
Telfair Square is one of four public squares after Johnson, Ellis, and Percival (now Wright) that General Oglethorpe laid out for Savannah in 1733 and was originally named  St. James Square in honor of a green space in London.  In Savannah's early days, St James was one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in the city.  The square was renamed Telfair in 1833 after the Telfair family's contributions to the city and culture of Savannah.  The Telfairs of Savannah has included Governor Edward Telfair, Congressman Thomas Telfair and philanthropist Mary Telfair whose bequest of her home to the public as an “academy of arts and sciences” allowed the creation of the Telfair Museum of Art.  Out of 22 squares in downtown Savannah, Telfair Square is the only square named for a family.
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West President Street

 
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Jepson Center
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