For our three night March stay in Savannah we experienced a wide variety of weather, from sunny sixties to rainy fifties and wouldn't you know we had scheduled our walking tour the morning the sky looked as if it were auditioning for "Singing in the Rain." Nevertheless, our guide, Cecil, with the appropriate last name of Waters, was willing and able to take a couple of foolish Yankees on a walking tour of his lovely city. Having done this for the past thirty-six years he really knows his stuff and is a font of historical and cultural trivia. Our ninety minute general tour expanded into two hours as Cecil regaled us with anecdotes about the founding of the city, the Revolutionary War era, the Civil War era, the roaring Twenties, and, of course, the City's role in the best seller Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, as well as in the film of the same name, and the movies Glory and Forest Gump. From architecture to restaurants he had interesting chronicles to tell and recommendations to make. We highly recommend.
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