Our time in Savannah was almost up, so we were madly making ticks on our list of things to see. There was an Irish festival at the Civic Centre, so we decided to go check it out.
The Dardanelles from Newfoundland. Isn't it great to go to Savannah to see a group from Newfoundland? The crowd loved them!
Rathkeltair was really the headline band, but judging by the crowd's reaction, I think the Dardanelles stole the show.
Owens-Thomas House, which was built between 1816 and 1819. One of its unique features is a bridge on the second floor leading from one side of the house to the other. This was a show piece for the young architect and he received commissions for an additional eight houses after people saw this one.
The Wilkes House. It was closed for the month of January while the staff took a much-deserved break. It started as a boardinghouse in 1943 with simple, clean rooms and good home cooking. The meals have carried on to this day.
Davenport House, which we also decided to tour. This is more of a museum tour, as it is set up exactly as if you were visiting Isaiah Thomas to conduct business with him around 1820.