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Food & Wine Escape in Savannah
Savannah prides itself on its b&b culture, and a perennial favorite is the Savannah Bed & Breakfast Inn, in the historic district. The inn blends history—the circa-1853 building was once owned by Jim Williams, the aforementioned real-life character from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil—with spacious rooms and homey touches like milk and cookies before bedtime.
For a sexy splurge, the Bohemian Hotel, on the River Walk, boasts luxurious rooms complete with handsome touches like wooden and velvet headboards, driftwood chandeliers, and artwork from the owner. Plus, its on-site restaurant, Rocks on the River, is a hip spot for a nightcap, with a chic indoor-outdoor setting overlooking the Savannah River.
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