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3/14 - Georgia, Uncovering a Hidden Heritage, Kathy Arnold, Telegraph UK

3/14  - Best Romantic Weekend Getaway from Atlanta, Eliza Knope, VacationIdeas.com

04/13Savannah Bed and Breakfast Hosts Injured Soldiers Respite Program, SSgt Aaron Knowles, Fort Stewart, GA

04/13 - Injured Soldiers Respite Program, Staff Sgt. Aaron Knowles, Fort Stewart, GA

11/13 - Purple Heart Veterans Celebrate at Savannah Bed and Breakfast, Sgt. Kiera Anderson, Fort Stewart, GA

 8/12 - A Savannah Summer Sojourn: Azalea Inn & Gardens, Sheila Gaspars, Tango Diva Travel Blog

5/12Azalea Inn Presents Personality, Will McGough, FamTripper Luxury Vacations

4/12 - Spring Gardens Bloom at Southern Resorts, Kristine Hansen, Fodor’s Travel Intelligence

4/12Azalea Inn and Gardens Admitted into Select Company, Steve Pike, Examiner.com

4/12Azalea Inn and Gardens Recipe, Judy Wells, Food Afar, Recipes from a Travel Writer

4/12 – Azalea Inn and Gardens Received Prestigious Award, St. Augustine News

3/12A Sassy Stay in Savannah - Kristin Luna, Tales of a Travel Addict

10/11 – Romantic Homes Article – pdf

9/11B&B for Veterans at Azalea Inn and Gardens, thecreativecoast.org

02/11 – Azalea Inn & Gardens Honors Veterans, Marcus Penn, YouServed.com

10/10 - Bed and Breakfast Honors Veterans, Brooke Kelley, WTOC Savannah

Veterans Day Tribute from Savannah Inn, Brooke Kelley, WTOC Savannah

9/09Innkeepers of the Year, bedandbreakfast.com

4/09Animal Fair, available at Borders, Barnes & Noble and on www.animalfair.com - pdf

3/09Savannah’s Gay Friendly Azalea Inn and Gardens, Andrew Collins, About.com Directory

12/08 – Savannah Morning News, The Distillery taps into local craft-beer market

12/08Run For One Planet Blog

12/08 – London Telegraph, UK. Georgia, USA: The revamp of old Savannah

5/08 – Savoring Savannah: EnCompass Magazine, AAA Colorado

2/08 – Small Gardens: A Little Piece of Paradise – pdf

2/08Southern Homescapes

1/08 – Azalea Inn Jump Starts 2008 with a Green Outlook – pdf

9/07 – Cultural Christmas in Historic Savannah, Not Just for Empty Nesters – pdf

7/07 – Splendiferous, Fun-Loving Christmas Holidays in Historic Savannah – pdf

5/07Atlanta Life magazine

2/07 – Essence magazine – pdf

2/07 – Artistic Heritage Gardens in Historic Savannah Take Root Through Water Conservation – pdf

10/06Spooky Bed and Breakfast

10/06 – Ghosts Spice Up Halloween and Storytelling at the Historic Savannah Mansion – pdf

7/06 – Greg Kinnear’s fascination with Savannah – pdf

4/06Charlotte Magazine

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What Do the Travel Writers Say?

“If you have time to visit only one city in the Southeast, make it Savannah. It’s that special.” - Frommer’s Travel Guide

The New York Times spends 36-Hours in Savannah “New ideas join the old in the heart of the gracious South.” The feature by travel writer Shaila Dewan advises, “While certain things about Savannah never change, its budding art scene and restored historic areas offer visitors something new.” Ms. Dewan points to:

Travel writer Deborah R. Huso highlights “Savannah After Dark” “Georgia’s most historic city superbly blends the old with the new”

Essence magazine recommends seductive Savannah with encouragement to “discover your fairy-tale romance – pdf.”

R. W. Apple, Jr., writes with robust enthusiasm, “How lucky Savannah is!” in “Apple’s America: The Discriminating Traveler’s Guide to 40 Great Cities in the United States and Canada

American Planning Association (APA) names the Bull Street corridor one of 10 Great Streets in America.
Take along the camera, bring bread to feed the pigeons and squirrels in the garden squares and have a picnic breakfast with nature in Forsyth Park. In addition to the city’s lush azaleas, Saucer Magnolia (Bay & Whitaker Streets), Okame Cherry (on Johnson Square), shady Oaks, lush grass, and Butterfly Magnolia dress Savannah landscapes. Thousands of bulbs and spring annuals are planted each year making a spectacular display during our St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

ONGOING:

Green Meeting Spaces, VisitSavannah.com

Savannah: A Green Destination, Kathryn Brown, Gather Magazine

 

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