Title: 100 Things to Do in Savannah Before You Die, All New
Author: Lynn and Cele Seldon
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
With tree-lined squares dripping with Spanish moss, cobblestoned streets down by the river, and popular trolley tours, Savannah has become a darling of the Southeast United States. Thanks to its blend of grace, beauty, history, and oh-so-Southern dining and hospitality, the “Hostess City” has a way of charming visitors and locals alike.
100 Things to Do in Savannah Before You Die, Second Edition is filled with easy-to-follow suggestions of where to go, what to see, can’t-miss dining, outdoor recreation, events and entertainment, and where to shop ‘til you drop—along with seasonal activities and suggested itineraries.
From dining in a former Greyhound bus station with a James Beard award-winning chef to paddling a kayak through the many serene waterways surrounding Savannah, and from exploring the area’s heritage with the Coastal Heritage Society to the various artsy offerings from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), this is a Savannah guidebook for everyone.
Savannah can be overwhelming, and everyone from the first-time or frequent visitor to seasoned locals can cut through the clutter with this collection of adventures, meals, off-beat treats, and historical insight to all parts of the city. Let long-time Savannah experts Lynn and Cele Seldon be your guides on your Savannah adventure.
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Book Review: 100 Things to Do in Charleston Before You Die by Lynn and Cele Seldon – Road Trips & Coffee
This book by local authors Lynn and Cele Seldon whittles the excitement and grandeur of Charleston to a list of 100 things you must do.
Cele and Lynn Seldon had less of a challenge finding things to do in Savannah than they did letting people know about what they had found.