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by Danforth Prince




Experience a place the way the locals do. Enjoy the best it has to offer. And avoid tourist traps. Frommer's Portable Guides help you make the right travel choices. They're easy to carry and carry an unbeatable price. Put the Best of Savannah in Your Pocket.Outspoken opinions on top attractionswhat's worth your time and what's not.Exact prices, so you can plan the perfect trip no matter what your budget.The best hotels and restaurants in every price range, with candid reviews.With daytrips to Hilton Head and Beaufort, S.C.
Download Frommer's Portable Savannah epub
ISBN: 0470399023
ISBN13: 978-0470399026
Category: Travel
Subcategory: United States
Author: Danforth Prince
Language: English
Publisher: *Frommers; 4 edition (April 20, 2009)
Pages: 192 pages
ePUB size: 1888 kb
FB2 size: 1356 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 930
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Pad
I have never been to Savannah.............I would love to go sometime. But, i am so fascinated with this city that I bought maps and books about it. I feel like I had lived there, I can picture everything in my mind. This would make the greatest travel guide if you do decide to go there. You will be in the know about what to see, where things are, what is good to eat, stay at, and much more. It doesn't have a lot of pictures. It is not meant for that. You are suppose to use it as your own virtual travel and tour guide (before and during your trip). You won't have to hear from others after you came home that they went somewhere so fantastic, you could kick yourself for missing out. I know I did once!
Ytli
I thought this book was a very good guide. The maps were very helpful. I am not able to do stairs or slopes and I think they should have mentioned that there is a public elevator next to the Hyatt downtown that will take you down to River Street. Of course the hotel let me know this, but it would be good information for the guide. I felt the book was quite complete otherwise.
Virtual
Beware! The Kindle edition has a copyright date of 2005. The print edition is copyrighted 2011. There is a huge difference and the folks who purchase the Kindle edition get old information. Not worth the cost!
Barit
The Kindle version of this guidebook is as ugly as mud. While a regular book is expected to have plain text, a travel guide needs photos and color to be of any interest. This version is plain, and I do mean plain, like a homemade pamphlet. The image on the buy page showing the beautiful cover does not apply to the Kindle version. If straight text is what you want, this will be fine. Otherwise, you'll need the print version.
Chinon
I found this book very useful and helpful with my planning of a trip to Savannah in the near future. I enjoyed getting some "heads up" on various locales (and restrictions) having to do with the John Berendt novel "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"...which is of particular interest to me. Also appreciated the price guides for restaurants, and the hotel reviews, which included if the rooms were smoking, restricted smoking, or non-smoking. Will be packing this little book with me when I do go on my "dream trip" to the coast of Georgia!
Vital Beast
This is an easy to take along travel guide filled with great, but not overwhelming, information. Have a trip planned for late
Feb. 2013 and I will be taking this book along with me everywhere I go in the Savannah area.
Axebourne
Great product. Exactly as described.
Explains in details lodging, dining and of course historic downtown Savannah. Also great tips on exploring the surrounding areas. (Tybee Island, Hilton Head, Beaufort) All in all a great city to visit.