I have known these two friends since the early 1970s and we have been in the same Bunco club since then. Now all three of us are retired. Yipee!
Nancy arranged the accommodations for our trip. She used Travelzoo.com to book our hotel. She was able to get a special rate for our one night stay, and it was the deal of the century.
The Mansion on Forsyth Park is a 4 star hotel. If you make a trip to Savannah, you must stay at this hotel.
After spending the afternoon at the Riverwalk and touring the city by trolley, we decided to have dinner at the Olde Pink House.
The Olde Pink House was a perfect place for our celebratory dinner to honor Nancy. It is located in a Savannah mansion that was built in 1771. There was plenty of historic ambiance as well as a fire in the fireplace. We decided to eat outside on the sidewalk on such a beautiful evening.
After breakfast the next day, we headed out to go shopping in the Market area of town. I was on a mission to find this store.
Inside we met Adrienne Ritchey who gives cooking classes at the store. She told us how she makes homemade Twinkies using a special pan called a canoe pan. She told us how she makes a savory cornbread Twinkie filled with an herb cream cheese mixture. Yum! Of course I bought one of those pans!