Ah, Savannah...where to start? We had a grand time at QuiltCon and touring Savannah. The weather was perfect and the city delightful. I guess the easiest way to share our experience is chronological. We arrived around noon on Thursday and checked into our hotel. We had decided ahead of time that we would spend Friday and Saturday at QuiltCon, and use the rest of the time for sightseeing. So after some lunch and a visit to the concierge to inquire about tickets for the trolley tour, we set off to explore.
Old Town Trolley tours took us all around the historic city - there are 15 stops where you can hop on and off the trolley for sightseeing. They stop every 15 minutes up until 5 PM, so it is easy to take in the sights you want to see. Our focus this day was the birthplace of Juliet Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. This was a bucket list site for Elizabeth, so we went for the tour, and just rode the trolley the rest of the route to get a "lay of the land".