A WEEKEND GUIDE – SAVANNAH, GA

Living near Savannah for years has it’s perks! I promise myself every time I go, that I will try something new. So years later, we have a full list that I’m proud to say is quite perfect! It’s been fun growing with the city, staying up with it’s new boutiques, hotels, restaurants and all-the-latest rooftops! Not to mention, their rich history and juicy ghost stories. I’m so excited to finally share with you my Savannah travel guide! Below you’ll find an outline of all my absolute favorite restaurants, roof top bars for epic scenery, attractions and must-do’s! I’ve personally experienced every single item on this list so I know you’ll fall in love with Savannah as you tackle this guide. Don’t forget to tag me in your favorite places @windowsonthesouth! SHOP Broughton Street –…

Southern Stays: the Mansion on Forsyth Park

Named one of “America’s Most Historic and Beautiful Downtowns” by MSN Travel, it’s no secret Savannah is one of the South’s most beautiful destinations. Hauntingly beautiful cityscapes and more than twenty historic squares downtown, Savannah is well-loved by all types of travelers. As a former Savannah area local, I’ve had the pleasure of exploring this city from many perspectives. A few years ago, we had a weekend stay at the Mansion on Forsyth Park that captured our hearts and expanded my love this magical city. In this Southern Stays feature, I’ll cover everything you need to plan the perfect trip to Savannah – including my outline of all the top attractions, my absolute favorite restaurants, and a few secrets to the ultimate stay in Savannah. SOUTHERN STAYS: THE MANSION ON FORSYTH PARK A grandiose…

27 Destinations I Experienced While I Was 27

Have you ever had a year so incredible that it lit a fire within you? I’ve experienced some rather noteworthy years, such as winning Division I college tennis awards and the pleasure of living all around the South. However, while I was on an extended trip through Italy while I was twenty-seven, I truly grasped the meaning of life and found acceptance in myself. Sounds poetic, a trip through Italy eating, sipping wine, sightseeing, and discovering ancient history unlike anything we have in the United States. Maybe even cliche. But this was the first time I traveled far enough to meet myself. I’ve always been a highly-sensitive being. I feel strongly, love hard, and sometimes fall harder. And it was on this road trip through Italy; I finally loved my “sensitive super-power”. I had…