|Armchair Travel: Oh, Savannah!
Savannah may be a little hot in the summer time, but it is still one of the most fascinating cities in the South. It was saved from the wrath of Sherman's army because a group of city officials told them if they would spare their town, they would not resist.
So today, you can see 22 parks, many antebellum mansions, as well as homes of famous people, such as Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. Eating is a great Savannah tradition. I will tell you about some of the best places to go. After that, you may want to visit the pirate museum or even experience Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
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