The waterfront area along the Savannah River in Savannah Georgia is the original and oldest part of the city.
It's a beautiful stop while driving down I-95.
It's just a short jaunt off the interstate and there is much to see!
I particularly noticed the old iron balconies high above the colorful flags and blue and white awning.
It is the old brick though that really caught my attention. If only it could talk!
The hanging moss is a sign you are definitely in Savannah!
I wondered though, why the hole in the wall?
Again, the balconies that have such a wonderful view of the river.
The pink brick was everywhere, much easier to walk on than the cobblestone.
The shadows under a group of palms make a pretty picture
The road was actually tilted downwards towards the river.
These pink acrylic chairs looked very unusual and very comfortable
There were monuments everywhere
This particular one honored a girl who waved a cloth and welcomed the ships from her home on Elba Island. She was waving her greeting to every ship from 1887-1931
Now she waves from the waterfront park.