Mossy, moody Savannah has no shortage of 'grammable views. Start with a walk along its cobblestoned historic district past horse-drawn carriages, ornate architecture, and supposedly haunted buildings, or find shade under live oak trees drooping with Spanish moss. Book in advance for a room at The Gastonian, a historic bed and breakfast just two blocks from 30-acre Forsyth Park. And for a fantastic dining experience, go to James Beard Award-nominated restaurant The Grey, an elegantly reborn former Greyhound Bus depot, where chef Mashama Bailey serves elevated takes on Southern classics, like foie and grits and tempura-fried catfish. *chefs kiss* Find out why our readers named Savannah one of the best cities in the U.S. (and see the full list) at the link in bio. 📷: @photobyshannon
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