I really thought that I had visited Savannah both before and after 1977, but apparently my two visits were in 1972 and in 1977. As a result, much like Mammoth Cave National Park, my memories of Savannah are sketchy.
Our trips to Savannah, to some extent, suffered from the same things our visits to South Florida did. We were visiting family, so, as one of the kids of the family, we spent a lot of time watching television and eating in. I do remember that while we were in Savannah we ate at three restaurants — The Pirates House (in 1972), a boarding-house-themed restaurant that must have been Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room, and Krystal Hamburgers (both in 1977). Continue reading “My Travel Memories: Savannah, Georgia”