The 3 day thing was to get you guys to thinking about things to do in Savannah. Counting on April and Cav Ram to be able to inform us of the many sights. Horse Carriage have been told this was a great thing to take in.
If Savannah were more disabled friendly, we would go again. Last experience was a bit rough for me. Many of the places were not handicap accessible. In "Old" Savannah even the streets and sidewalks were a challenge for my scooter. We had reservations at one of the landmark restaurants for dinner and found that in order to get in with my scooter, I had to go through the back door and ride a freight elevator up to the dining room.
For the rest of you who can walk with no problems, the place is great. We loved the MANY historical places in the area. I will be thinking of you all.
I was always taught to respect my elders but, it keeps getting harder to find any.