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It’s no secret that Savannah has one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the country, and this year’s festivities are bigger and greener than ever! http://ow.ly/lPRu308YbjC

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We are pleased to be able to offer a variety of pet-friendly vacation rentals to make your trip to Savannah more convenient and enjoyable. There is a $50 pet fee (non-refundable) per dog, with a 35 lb. maximum weight limit per dog and a limit of 2 dogs per reservation. Please don't hesitate to contact us at 912-257-4050 with questions regarding bringing your pet.
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Nothing quite says romance like Spanish moss hanging above historic cobblestone streets. Whether you’re keen on an intimate gathering in Lafayette Square or a grand ceremony at the center of Forsyth Park, Savannah is the perfect backdrop to celebrate your big day. Explore some of our favorite wedding venues and vendors from around the city and find out why Savannah is the most desired wedding destination in the South.
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“Savannah is a great destination wedding place. There are so many beautiful locations to choose from - from downtown’s squares to Tybee Island - and seasonally, well, it’s December and we have weather in the 70s,” laughs Tim Moore, a former minister and wedding officiant with Elope to Savannah.
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A http://ow.ly/c7Si307O3Y8 nother year, another year of great travel writing. As we start 2017, it’s a fine time to reflect on some of the best original pieces from the past few weeks. We look forward to bringing you more recommendations this year.

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Temperatures and tourism being down are two fantastic reasons why January is one of the best months to visit Savannah! Our Live Oak Trees keep their leaves year-round, so there’s always plenty of moss covered foliage adorning the squares. Savannah has a plethora of fantastic restaurants serving up delicious dishes all year, and now the wait time is next to nothing. The city itself is a little bit quieter, a little bit slower, but just as welcoming as always.
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So here’s the scoop — and let’s keep this quiet, y’all — there is a literary history to Savannah that stretches beyond The Book. (And no, I do not mean the Bible; in Savannah, that moniker refers to John Berendt’s classic: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.)

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