The Zhu family from Newtown, PA stopped by the Savannah Visitor Center on Martin Luther King, Jr. They got some Savannah tips and took time out for a family photo. Left to Right is momHong Cai, dad Bin Zhu, Allison Zhu and David Zhu.
Savannah tours are the best way to start your trip and get a good overview of the city and a glimpse of her fascinating history.
Curry Nicolini and David Thomas from the newly-renovated Tybee Hotel stopped by the Savannah Visitor Center at MLK and met Miranda McKenzie from Atlanta who’s organizing a 200-person family reunion in Savannah next year.
Everyone’s welcome at the Savannah Visitor Center on MLK. These three guys brought their people with them. Left is Charlie, a Cotton de Toulear, rare breed from Madagascar c currently learning to love Hockey in Toronto. Right is Tinkerbell the tiny Yorkie and Mollie, a Westie. They’re from Tampa. Great faces show up at the Visitor Center.
There isn't a more beautiful city in the world in which to walk than Savannah. And nobody walks better than dedicated Volkswalkers. Plotting their route at the Savannah Visitor Center are Susan and Clark Schaffer of New Oxford, PA
Savannah doesn’t see many visitors from Bridger, Montana (pop. 950) but four of them showed up at the Savannah Visitor Center for tips on navigating the Wild Wild Southeast. Left to right: Mark and Shannon Brown DeRudder and Calista Montgomery and William A. Asbury II.
Sheila and Rob Waits from Colchester, England are very familiar with America’s Mighty Eighth Air Force. The airman at the Savannah Visitor Center is the symbol of the Mighty Eighth’s Museum in Pooler. Founded in Savannah, Colchester hosted one of the unit’s World War II bases in England.