To celebrate President’s Day right here in the beautiful and charming Savannah, GA we brainstormed these 3 Fun Facts about the Presidents who Loved Savannah (and we would bet our kingdoms that they chose to stay at a bed and breakfast in Savannah, too!).
We hope you got to enjoy a long weekend for President’s Day. Well, whether you did, or didn’t – we want to give you a fun and short history of the Presidents who have graced our city streets.
Real quick now, because we know that a long weekend really means a lot of catchup when you get back to the office. Totally worth it though, if you got the long weekend.
Now, without further ado, enjoy our Savannah Inns Top 3 Fun Facts about the Presidents who Loved Savannah.
- Even though some might think Savannah is a small town city, former Vice President Al Gore JUST visited as part of the Savannah Book Festival to talk about his latest book, The Future: Six Drivers of Global Change. Teresa Jacobson, Azalea Inn & Gardens Innkeeper, wonders if Vice President Gore would approve of her sustainable Savannah garden, that mini-farm that her guests can see if they peek over the fence from the pool…
- Pinkie Master’s (or, “Pinkie’s” as us locals like to call it) is a dive bar in Savannah that you have to love. If you love dive bars with juke boxes, of course. They say that Jimmy Carter stood ON the bar and announced his future plans to become president. Leslie Harbin, Dresser Palmer House Innkeeper, wonders what President Carter would mix up for himself if he stayed at her B&B, where guests have access to an honor-system full bar made of the loveliest reclaimed wood from the original architecture.
- Mrs. Wilkes is one of our favorite restaurants that gives everyone a heaping experience of a truly Southern spread. Everyone leaves that place feeling truly stuffed, and saying it was worth it. Jackie Heinz, Innkeeper at Zeigler House Inn, wonders if President Obama has ever had better fried chicken in his life!
When Presidents Day rolls around again, and any holiday that comes, remember that we’ll make YOU feel like the president (secret service not included) when you choose to become a guest at one of our Savannah Inns: Azalea Inn & Gardens, Dresser Palmer House and Zeigler House Inn.
Savannah Inns, 3 B&Bs in beautiful and historic Savannah, GA invite you to reserve your room today to experience the city that our Presidents have loved.
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