It’s been four amazing years of married life and the time is going by so quick! We keep thinking it was just last year that we walked down the aisle to say our vows. Time flies when you’re having fun. 🙂 Every year we have made a trip to the beach to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The past few years we have visited North Carolina and South Carolina beaches. While we have loved visiting the beaches, this year, we decided to head a bit more south. We planned to visit Savannah, Georgia and we are so glad we did! Savannah was such a beautiful, romantic town to spend a few days away. When we arrived we immediately fell in love with the Spanish Moss and there were even palm trees! We still got in our beach time by visiting Tybee Island not too far from Savannah. There, we took a sunset dolphin tour and we even got to bring Mo!!! Surprisingly, we did not have to go too far off shore to see dolphin activity. There were so many of them!! From the delicious french macarons to the beautiful squares, we think we fell in love with Georgia. Now if only it wasn’t so humid in the summer, it would be our dream home!!
We can’t believe we got to see palm trees and Spanish Moss! SO dreamy!
These were the BEST Macarons we have ever tasted! And they had so many fun flavors!
Can you guess where we went to next?? Ice Cream at Leopold’s is a MUST in Savannah!
Spanish Moss was everywhere!
We visited so many squares! This was one at the William Washington Gordon Monument.
Mo!! Don’t worry, that’s not sweat! We had a misting spray to keep him cool in the Savannah heat!
The Westin Resort in Savannah could be seen across the Riverwalk in Savannah. What a beautiful sight!
These trees were so amazing!
We even got a chance to visit Forsyth Park!
Excuse the quality! This was taken on our phones right before our dolphin tour!
Mo was one happy camper with it being his first time on a boat. He fell asleep the rest of the ride. 😀
We spotted so many dolphins! An incredible sight.
This was a lighthouse IN the water!! Just as the sun was setting, we were passing by it.