Well, we made it to our new place in Boston! We’re living in a high-rise and it’s hilarious to watch the dogs because they’re not used to this type of view. I already have my blogging desk set up (isn’t that the most important spot in any apartment?) and I completely agree with Malcolm and Ollie — the view doesn’t suck. Since B has the rest of the week off from work, we’ll be exploring the area and unpacking suitcases and boxes. Be sure to follow along on Instagram because I loooove oversharing.
On our drive up to Boston, we were able to make a few stops and the first one was in Savannah, Georgia. Scotland turned us into bigs fans of quaint bed and breakfasts so we made a reservation at the Foley House Inn. It’s supposedly one of the most haunted buildings in Savannah but sadly, we didn’t experience any run-ins with spirits during out stay. It was; however, gorgeous and in a convenient location.
The best part about our room was the four-poster bed and dramatic fireplace. When bed and breakfasts are comfortable and have a lot of character like the Foley House Inn, it’s sometimes difficult to want to leave and explore the area, but I’m happy to report that we did indeed get our lazy butts out of bed.
The bed and breakfast was dog-friendly and they greeted us on arrival with a bag of Three Dog Bakery dog treats. How did they know these are Malcolm’s favorite? ;)
The inn also had a complimentary happy hour with wine and hors-d’oeuvres from 6-7 every day and a wonderful breakfast was included in the rate.
Other than relaxing at the inn, our time in Savannah included a lot of coffee and food. Some of our favorite coffee shops were The Coffee Fox and The District Cafe & Eatery for cold brew coffee, and we made a stop at Leopold’s Ice Cream for strawberry milkshakes. Why didn’t I take more photos of this? Because I was probably drenched in sweat.
We had dinner at the Olde Pink House, which I highly recommend because their scallop and shrimp fettuccine is still on my mind, then the next day we had lunch at Six Pence Pub.
We spent a lot of time walking around River Street because there were events going on and a lot of shops to explore, and we loved that the city was so dog friendly.
Have you been to Savannah?
Filed Under: Georgia, Hotels, Travel