Ah, so you thought I was giving up on Savannah? Non. The Paris Market…in Savannah! My wife, she loooves it (ah, oui!) and I must say, it has a bit of Parisian charm.
I could go on about Savannah, with dozens of more images and impressions. And, I will, on a later date. But for now, I thought I would take a little walk through this store. If only I could order a latte or cappucino while I take this virtual stroll around the place (the Market does, indeed, serve fine caffeinated beverages). The place can lead to sensory overload and it is best not to hurry through, lest one miss something. The Paris Market is located in downtown Savannah, not far from Paula Dean’s Lady and Sons restaurant, a couple blocks in the other direction from the Telfair Museum of Art, and a few blocks from the Ray Ellis Gallery.
There’s not much to say. So, I’ll let the images talk for me. Enjoy.
To continue the previous post about Savannah/Beaufort, I wouild be hard-pressed to leave Beaufort and NOT mention St. Helena’s Episcopal Church. If the homes around Beaufort could tell stories, I’m sure this church could provide books. The Church was established in 1712 as a colonial parish of the Church of England and one of its original parishioners was a signatory to the Declaration of Independence. Rather than me tell its history, click on the link and read the historical signpost.
We recently took a little Spring Break trip to Savannah, Georgia. Lovely time of year to go, although had we gone a week later, it would have been ideal – the difference between temps in the 60’s vs. in the 70’s and 80’s. Oh well, that’s one of those things you cannot plan for. We enjoyed ourselves anyway, immensely. Savannah is a beautiful city and has appeared in many films, now most famously in Eastwood’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Much of the movie centered on the Mercer House and, although we have been to Savannah several times, this was our first foray on a tour of the house. All I can say is, nice place (even if someone was killed in the front room – downstairs, on the left)! They do not allow photography indoors, so a photo from the front sidewalk will have to do (sorry about the blown-out sky).
The real charm of the Savannah area, besides the people and the food and a host of other things, is the Spanish moss hanging from the live oaks. It is well expressed in Savannah, but Beaufort (SC) has a similar, if not more graceful neighborhood charm. See what you think. No doubt, this street has the moss-thing goin’ on.