Ah, Savannah, how nice to see you again!
We always enjoying sharing our favorite places with others; today we drove Aaron over to eat at Savannah's premier eatery, Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, and to walk beneath the great Live Oaks that fill Savannah's historic squares.And with each visit, we find something new to love. This time we found the Armstrong Junior College, a lovely granite and glazed-brick Italian renaissance mansion built in 1919. The college wasn't founded until 1935, so before that it was a personal home. Nice!
As we walked along the streets, we kept admiring the architecture. So many details, so much variety. The massive structures are awesome, but I think what makes these places so special is that attention to detail.
From top to bottom, attention