Thursday, 25 February 2016

Exploring Savannah & The Shrimp Factory


Back in the 1880s, Savannah was known as "Wall Street of the South" Georgia was one of the leading cotton producer in the country, located on 100 East Bay Street. 




I've been trying to take a photo of these trolleys because it's well recognized in Savannah for the unlimited On and Off Tour around the Historical District. Through out the day you can get on and off it when you're ready to get to the next site. 




Fancy a Riverboat Cruise around the harbor? Or even a dinner on board too!



The scent from Candy Kitchen is not to be missed at all! Just in time for some good old Savannah's Original Pecan Praline cookies. 


Then we headed to the Shrimp Factory for a spot of lunch 


Shrimp Factory Cobb Salad ($15)


Since it's the Shrimp Factory, how can we not have any shrimp at all?! We ordered the Shrimp Boil 1lb. ($20), and the Snow Crab Legs 1lb. ($24). Managed to reorder them till we had our bellies full. 



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