FC: Savannah Trip ~ July 2011
1: In 1851, businesswoman, Mary Marshall, noting that Savannah was woefully in need of visitor accommodations, built the four story Marshall House Hotel. It served as a hospital during the Civil War. It was also the home of Joel Chandler Harris, author of the famous Uncle Remus stories. By 1956, the hotel had closed and the first floor was used for businesses. In 1999, $12 million was invested in the spectacular renovation. There is truly no place like it in Savannah.
2: The 2nd floor hallway of The Marshall House. | During the renovations of The Marshall House, these items were found.
4: Exploring Savannah
5: Colonial Park Cemetery
7: The famous Lucas Theater ~ built in 1921. | Nathanael Greene Monument in Johnson Square.
9: River Street ~ Savannah, Ga ~ July 8, 2011
10: Historic Temple Mickve Irael built in 1820.
11: Kevin Barry's Irish Pub
14: Haunted Irish Pub & Ghost Tour | 17Hundred90 Inn
16: Moon River Brewing Company located in the old City Hotel - circa 1821
18: Tour group "scary face" pictures.
19: Savannah Trip ~ July 8-10, 2011