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✈️ Savannah Vacation Travel Guide and Trip Planner (AARP Article)

📝 Anyone live here or visited or would like to? 🤔

 

👉  AARP, Updated April 26, 2022.

 

Consider when to go, where to stay, what to pack, and more.

 

👉  LINK TO AARP ONLINE ARTICLE 

 

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📝FROM THE ARTICLE

 

Due to the comfortable year-round climate, Savannah’s visitation (nearly 14.8 million people in 2019) is generally staggered throughout the year. 

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@APassionateLife wrote:

📝FROM THE ARTICLE

 

Due to the comfortable year-round climate, Savannah’s visitation (nearly 14.8 million people in 2019) is generally staggered throughout the year.

 


@APassionateLife wrote:

📝Anyone live here or visited or would like to? 🤔

 

👉  AARP, Updated April 26, 2022.

 

Consider when to go, where to stay, what to pack, and more.

 

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I have visited Savannah. It is a beautiful city with many things to do. It has great food of all types. It had the best Greek restaurant I have ever been to in the South. It is a very walk-able city.

 

But one phrase is absolutely incorrect in the article excerpt that you posted. Savannah absolutely, positively DOESN'T have a comfortable year-round climate.

 

During the height of the summer, July and August, Savannah is hot or hotter than Hades itself..... and muggy.

 

Since Savannah is a walk friendly town, I would avoid July and August....unless you like being on the verge of heat exhaustion.

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