|steamboat along the riverfront|
Hi y'all. It was an absolutely beautiful spring-like day in Savannah, With good weather came people. The historic district of Savannah was buzzing with bicycles, casual strollers, and park sunbathers.
A. Paul & I headed out early to take advantage of the day. Our first stop was to stroll the riverfront street of America's first planned city to take in the art of architects past.
|A. Paul walking towards E. Bay Street|
A short walk through the planned grid squares of moss draped oaks and bench parks, the brainchild of General James Oglethorpe and planner William Bull whose names grace two main roads, A. Paul and I arrived at two of the three major museums in Savannah. The Jepson Center, the epicenter of the contemporary arts in Savannah.and Telfair Academy, the oldest art museum in the South, housing a permanent collection of American Impressionist works, as well as the largest visual collection of works by poet Kahlill Gibran. Unfortunately, both venues were closed to host a bridal specific event.
|Kerry (L) & Ellen Lachewitz (R)|