We decided to take a single overnight stay in Savannah, GA during the Labor Day holiday. It was an impromptu road trip as we neared the end of summer. After checking into our Fairfield Inn & Suites Savannah Midtown(Marriott affiliated) hotel, we ate Mexican food at a nearby shopping center. Later that evening we took an Uber ride to save on parking fare and the highly congested River Street destination.
As we walked along the shops on River Street, the massive view of the Talmadge Memorial Bridge remain in our sight. The sundown moment behind the bridge was captured by many walking along the street taking selfies and being enamored by the view. The food in historic Savannah did not disappoint. The smell of seafood was all was around us and led to River House Seafood. The relaxing atmosphere created great conversation as we ate oysters and veggie platters.
The next day, on our way home , we took a quick jaunt to Tybee Island(less than 20 miles from Savannah). We came this far and mind as well see the beach. After two hours the rain came and it was time to make our way home. We went onto this road trip with no plans and came out fulfilled with lasting memories as the summer ended.
Even though we are full swing in the Fall season, summer memories still linger. What was your final summer trip memory? Any plans for the Fall?
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