Sa­van­nah, US

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“The city runs on the Sa­van­nah Col­lege of Art and De­sign (2) as the univer­sity brings in a lot of em­ploy­ment,” says Ta­nia.


“Brunch is great at Clary’s Cafe, which is one of the old­est spots in the city, since the time of the civil war. Their Greek omelette, Eggs Bene­dict and Straw­berry Waf­fles are sim­ply amaz­ing.”


“The So­cial Club in down­town Sa­van­nah is a great place to get drunk. They have live mu­sic bands play­ing of­ten, and a retro photo booth for those ‘mem­o­rable’ drunk shots. Af­ter 1am, there are these food stalls that spring up, serv­ing hot dogs and de­li­cious all-Amer­i­can food!”


“Sa­van­nah time isn’t com­plete with­out a pic­nic in the his­toric Forsyth Park (4). You can just laze around here on a Sun­day af­ter­noon when the park is buzzing with peo­ple. And if you get bored, then there’s al­ways a Star­bucks close by for cof­fee and ice-cream. It also has op­tions for beer and wine on Sun­days.”

Must See, Must Do:

“One, The Paris Mar­ket Bou­tique Shop (1)— it has the pret­ti­est things on sale; two, the city’s only ra­dio tower (5); and the third is an ac­tiv­ity—a ride on Sa­van­nah Slow Ride (3). It’s the best way to see the city.”

The Paris Mar­ket­Mar­ket Bou­tiqueBou­tique

2 Sa­van­nah Col­lege of Art and De­sign



Sa­van­nah Slow Ride

Forsyth Park



Sa­van­nah’s ra­dio tower

Ta­nia Barot

Graphic de­signer, 25

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