Savannah's a pretty nice place to be in February - particularly when home is snowy Alaska and Wyoming. Left to right: Joan Lower, Girdwood, AK; Lisa McDonald, Cody Wy; Lisa Fletcher, Anchorage make walking plans at the Savannah Visitor Center gift shop on MLK.
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
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.
These are kind of fun -- a neat variety of Savannah souvenir shot glasses available in the Savannah Visitor Center gift shop at 301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitors also receive a free postcard just for stopping in.
The Mabande family is originally from Zimbabwe. He’s an engineer currently working in Maryland. The family stopped by the Savannah Visitor Center for maps, directions, a free postcard and a quick picture. Left to right: Caroline, Tanatswa,Tafora, Kudina and Godwin.
Travelers at Savannah's Main Visitor Center on MLK Jr. recently got a real taste of Southern hospitality from Sisters of the New South, one of Savannah's great soul food restaurants. What's better than great help topped off with and Mac and Cheese?
Spring Break and you won’t find a more romantic place to spend it than Savannah. Shyrene Cooper, Richmond, Va. and DeStinee Butler, Champagne, IL stopped by the Main Visitor Center on Martin Luther King for tips on exploring the city on a student’s budget.
Representatives from some of Savannah’s best restaurants often stop by the Main Visitor Center on MLK to serve up samples. This is Shawnda Mike from Sisters of the New South dishing out some traditional Southern soul food favorites — candied yams and mac and cheese.
Paula Watson represents one of Savannah’s most popular B&Bs — The Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn. She stopped by the Main Visitor Center on Martin Luther King. Hotels, motels and B&Bs often stop by the visitor center to provide lodging at friendly rates.
The Minick Ladies ushered in the Holidays at the Main Visitor Center on MLK with beautiful rare Carols The group is from Clyo, GA (Effingham County) are professional singers with wonderful grace and harmony. They’ll be performing in several areas around Savannah throughout the Season. Pictured are Lori, Shelby Haley and Chloe.
This is Sylvestro, a six-month-old Lab-Golden Retriever mix from Philadelphia. He’s learning how to be a seeing-eye guide dog. He stopped by the Main Visitor Center to learn the best places to walk in Savannah. He loves long walks (and naps and cookies).