If I’m being honest — totally honest — I’ll admit to liking Savannah just a bit more than I liked Charleston.

Less people, less fuss, less care, less… well, children.

“People don’t discriminate by race here,” a new friend of mine said. “But they do by the square you live near.”

I decided to take a bike around a few of those squares (there are 22 total) — giving my own faux tour of the city — all the way to Bonaventure Cemetery of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil fame.

P.S. As always, please forgive the edits — this was done on the fly.

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Comments

  1. Leslie
    May 19, 2012, 11:06 am

    Beautiful. It looked like they cleared to roads for you, no traffic and so quiet. I loved seeing the trees with Spanish moss and the graveyard photos in black and white.

  2. alanc230
    http://www.widediary.com
    May 20, 2012, 4:53 pm

    Very nice. Fleshed out my images from the book. Wish I could visit there sometime.

  3. Mary @ Green Global Travel
    http://greenglobaltravel.com
    May 20, 2012, 11:12 pm

    While Charleston does have a lot more people (via cruise ships and tourists in general) that Savannah and that is slightly more annoying, Charleston does have a lot more to do, in my opinion.

  4. brayden
    May 24, 2012, 11:12 am

    I love my fanmily