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If you need a place to go where you can buy t-shirts with slogans or pirate junk, you've found it. It's the local tourist trap. Necessary and well-contained, at least it doesn't pollute the rest of the historic district.
There are far more plusses than minusses about going to River street in Savannah.
—. There is on-the-street paid parking in “the loops” from Bay Street at $2. / hour. The pay stations accept bills, change, and credit cards.
— The historic river-stone roads from...More
The buildings are very, very old. Repurposed to shops, restaurants and bars. It’s fun to explore and shop the various stores. There are also antique shops and local art galleries. Enjoyed a few of the restaurants and bars. The streets that appear to be cobblestone...More
Boisterous. Honkey Tonk. The charm is gone. I first went to Savannah by boat and loved the waterfront. Lovely architecture. But now it’s a swarm of mediocre restaurants, tacky tourist shops and DJ music that blares into the night. We went to Savannah wanting to...More
Ask for a deep clean in the bathroom and they wiped down the one wall that had hair stuck to it. The other with finger prints and toothpaste did not get cleaned. Broken toilet seat, burned out bulbs, dirty floors etc. Then we were charged...More
Great place to shop for souvenirs and unusual gifts. Awesome place to view the cargo ships coming in to port from exotic places with their containers of goods to sale. Wonderful restaurants & candy shops to tickle your taste buds. I would recommend this street...More
We visited River Street several times during the day and night. A variety of restaurants and shops await. On weekends you will find many street vendors. Easiest access is the elevator , located at end of Bill street between gold domed city building and Hyatt...More