St Patrick’s Day in Savannah

Savannah, Georgia means a lot to us for many reasons; the history, cuisine and of course my husband’s family living there is a blessing.  We try to make it down as much as possible but St. Patrick’s Week is a no brainer!  The St. Patrick’s celebration in Savannah is such a huge deal to the city.  It’s actually the second largest celebration in the US, second to New York City.  It’s a great vacation for friends or families with little ones.  Between the liveliness on River Street, live music at City Market and the parade, it’s non stop entertainment.

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Must do:
Vic’s On the River (Fried Green Tomato BLT is to die for)
Spanky’s (Gotta get the Tenders and Spuds)
Moon River Brewery (Huge patio + Craft Beer)
Bohemian Hotel Rooftop (Must see views, live music + cocktails)
Warehouse (Coldest beer in town)
Vinnie Van Go Go’s (Killer pizza)

 

Must pack:
Sunscreen
Bug spray (still itching!)
Allergy medicine (still sneezing!)
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Weekend in Tahoe

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Lake Tahoe is truly another world.

A girlfriend from Nashville and I made the short 3.5 hour drive from San Francisco to Tahoe last weekend. Lots of laughs, cocktails and skiing followed. Neither of us had skied out west before so we decided to ski Squaw Valley after chatting with a friend that lives in Incline Village and has a season pass at Squaw. It was remarkable! I stayed on the greens and blues as I was a bit rusty. Okay maybe a lot rusty.

Sunday morning we drove to South Lake Tahoe to explore a bit more and the drive along the lake was breathtaking. I loved the slow pace/small town feel of the area and cannot wait to go back in the summer for more outdoor fun. See you soon jet skis, hiking and paddle boards!

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