Trip to Savannah

Stampin’ Up! recently held an event called OnStage.  This has taken the place of the annual Convention in Salt Lake City.  They offer OnStage twice a year, in April and November.  There’s a “Live” event, which can be held in any of the countries that Stampin’ Up! serves, and “Local” events in the other countries.  April’s “Live” event was held in Amsterdam.  I had a couple of local events that weren’t too far away (Richmond and Savannah), and since I’d never been to Savannah, we decided to take a few days to visit there.

Savannah has a great trolley system.  You pay one price for the day, and you can hop on and off at 15 different stops.  While you’re on the trolley, you also get to hear about the city from the driver, who is also a tour guide.  For some reason, the guy behind us seemed to want to be in our picture.  LOL  We took three and he was in all of them.

The Pirates’ House is a historic restaurant and tavern established in 1753.  It is thought to be the oldest standing building in the state of Georgia.

Of course we had to eat there!  It was a great southern buffet.  It’s supposedly one of the most haunted places in Savannah (which seems to have a LOT of haunted places) so they tell you to look carefully at your photos, as sometimes there are unexpected results.  Do you see any spirits?


I’ll show you a little more from our trip in tomorrow’s post!

Thanks for stopping by.


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