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Strolling Savannah

Savannah is an easy, beautiful walking city.

Me and Mercer. Can you sing Moon River?

The grave site of Nathanael Greens who died near Savannah.

The Owens-Thomas House was completed in 1819. Very modern with a cistern above each floor to deliver rain water to the bathrooms and kitchen and drain pipes to remove the dirty water. 

Legend has it that the Marquis de Layfayette , Revolutionary War hero, delivered two speeches from the this balcony.

The Kitchen

The children's dining room.

Adult dining

The back yard looking toward the carriage house/slave quarters. In the day there would have been wash hanging to dry and a vegetable garden.

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