savannah, serene and still
one of the squares
i’ll take this one, please
the cutest little pub
the paris market
the paris market was filled with perfectly wrapped pretty little things
can’t believe this is what i wore… on the last day of november!
While visiting my sister in Charleston, I also visited Savannah. We decided to drive down for the day since it is just a little over two hours away. We could not have had a more gorgeous day. It was 74 degrees on the last day of November! The sun was shining; it was perfect weather. We walked around the Savannah Historic District. First, we strolled through the residential area and parks. Savannah is built around these little square parks. In each square there were people playing fetch with their dogs and sitting on park benches under the beautiful oak trees. I don’t know if it was because it was a Sunday, but it was so peaceful. After an ice cream break at Leopold’s, we made our way downtown and wandered in and out of all of the stores before heading to the waterfront. We also found the cutest store, The Paris Market. Spending the day in Savannah was the perfect way to spend a Sunday. I am so happy we went!