Savannah has been good to us. It was well worth the uh, bumpy ride getting here. We pulled right up to the city docks on River Street, in front of the Factors Walk, expecting to pay for a few night's stay. But after making one attempt at actually finding someone to pay, and hearing plenty of assurances from other cruisers that no one actually does pay, we didn't worry too much about it. We were able to stay docked right in the city, for free, for three nights! Of course, it was also a high traffic area, meaning, we haven't really slept the past three nights, and we weren't able to take care of any laundry or shower business, but still, it was well worth the free dockage!
Savannah is a beautiful city, and I don't really know how to do her justice in photos. We loved the river front with it's factory buildings turned shops and restaurants, cobblestone streets and dangerously steep historic steps that led up to the rest of the city. She is beautifully designed with several park like squares, each surrounded by historic homes and civic buildings, making the walk through the city a pleasant endeavor. She has history and charm, and spanish moss, and that's really all I wanted from her. I loved my little taste of city life, and the craziest thing was that Riley loved it, too.