Towards the end of our trip, we rented a car to venture out to Bonaventure Cemetery and Tybee Island. Even though I was nearly eaten alive by mosquitoes at the cemetery, I’m glad we made the trip. The statues and Spanish moss were just as lovely as in the guidebooks. But admittedly, it wasn’t the most beautiful cemetery. That award surely goes to Pere Lachaise in Paris.
I wish we had spent more time in Tybee Island. I think next time we’ll spend a few days in Savannah and rent a cottage by the water in Tybee so we can really soak up the white sand beaches. I was surprised by how clean and beautiful the stretches of sand were down there. It was like a little slice of California in Georgia. Hope to see you again soon, Savannah.