By: Kaitlin Bonnet and Jackie Chandler
Lunch: After you check-in to the hotel you will go the Wild Wing Cafe. The Wild Wing Cafe is Savannahs home of hot wings, cold beer, and a good time. There is also live entertainment.
Dinner: After lunch you will go back to the hotel rest and get ready to eat dinner at Basserie 529. This a causal restaurant with a mouth watering french inspired menu. Only the freshest ingredients are served.
Jepson Center museum of art: This museum features two large galleries, two out door sculptures, and a hands on gallery.
Lunch: After you visit the Jepson Center museum of art you will be going to lunch at Wiley's championship BBQ. This restaurant servers world class BBQ. They serve everything from BBQ by the pound to lip smaking desserts.
Beach Institute: This is Georgia's oldest school for African Americans. The school initially had 600 students enrolled and the tuition was only $1 per month and closed in 1919.
Dinner: After you visit the Beach Institute out will get ready to eat at the Olde Pink House. The Olde Pink House is a classic 18th century Georgian mansion. Some recommend items are the shrimp and grits, grilled lamb, jumbo sea scallops, and the chocolate tort.
The Ships of the Sea: This is a museum that has the first steam vessel to cross the Atlantic and has a large collection of ship models and artifacts.
Lunch: For lunch you will be going to Sweet Spice. This a Caribbean inspired menu that has chicken, seafood, desserts, and pastries.
Telfair Mansion: this was built and designed in 1818. This site is where the royal governors stayed. This mansion also contains many family furnishings.
Dinner: After you visit the Telfair Mansion you will be going to 45 Bistro. This is a classy restaurant. They severe amazing pizzas, lamb, duck, and other local seafood.
National museum of the mighty eighth Air Force: this museum honors all the men and women from the eighth Air Force from world war 11.
Lunch: B&D'S burgers bar and grill: they serve specialty burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, floats, and out of this world milkshakes.
Juliette Gordon Low house: This house was built between 1818-1820. The building has been restored and furnished and is also owned and operated by the Girl Scouts of today.
Dinner: For dinner you will be eating at alligator soul. This a southern style restaurant with farm-fresh ingredients, great service, and fresh cocktails.
River street: after breakfast in bed you will check-out and go to river street to shop and eat lunch. After your done shopping you will head home.