Savannah is a beautiful little city, no doubt about it. I've been appreciating it anew as I cycle around its empty cobbled streets each evening. Possibly my favorite spot here is the old downtown mansion built in the 1860's by cotton merchant Noble Hardee. Also known as Savannah's "last unrestored grand mansion", it has been home to Alex Raskin Antiques for almost 30 years. Some people dislike antiques, everything has to be sleek and modern. These might be the same people who
Astral Agent 002 : Giraffa Enigmata Codename : ‘Galexia’ When I heard “Savannah”, I admit, I had visions of my ancestral, terrestrial home. This isn’t exactly what I was expecting. But, I have to say, I do like it here. It has a magical quality of it’s own….. I guess we’ll fit right in. Well, not quite. Still, I hope we get to stay for a while. The old, gnarled trees here are even taller than acacias. I had a nibble of the mossy stuff draping from them. Nope. Not for me…too d
It's certainly where the majority of us are spending our time these days.
Hopefully it's where our hearts are too, because the places we call home are typically more than just a roof over our heads. Although currently places of isolation, they've always been places of sanctuary, protection...they're where we nest.
Suddenly, they've also become where we work, teach our children and groom the dog.
Facilitating more, perhaps, than we usually expect of them.
One thing our
Beautiful cobbled streets, the scent of jasmine in the air, European-style parks and squares....the city of Savannah is indeed a thing of beauty. But she's not called the Hostess City for nothing. For all her gentility, this demure Southern belle becomes quite the Wild Thing at the weekends. It's is a GREAT place to throw a party. Fun and small enough to get around...but packing quite a punch. The sonic toothbrush company, Burst Oral Care, had their annual party in Savannah.