Expert Travel Advice to Georgia

Top Answers To Georgia Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    While I can't be positive as to which platform you saw, I did come across the Folkston Funnel which features a thoroughfare for about seven railroads. You can visit the webpage here to see if it's the same as you were thinking about (http://bit.ly/NPGBp).
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Savannah is an easily walkable city with many of the main attractions located within the well-planned central district. (Bear in mind, though, that it's hot and sultry down here in the summer months, so if you're walking bring plenty water!) You will want to rent a car, though, if you plan on visiting nearby coastal marshlands and barrier islands like Tybee Island or Jekyll Island. Incidentally, if you haven't yet booked a place to stay in Savannah, try the Hamilton Turner Inn, a stately, comfortable B&B with awesome afternoon teas.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    The National Science Center or the Morris Museum of Art.
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Head over to Cumberland Island National Seashore, where you'll find saltwater marshes, mud flats, tidal creeks, maritime forests, white-sand beaches, and dunes. The island, three miles wide and 18 miles long, is a bit larger than Manhattan. It is a lot less crowded too: Cumberland Island limits visitation to 300 people per day. You must make a six-month advance reservation to gain access to the island. The island can be accessed by a 45-minute ferry ride that departs from St. Mary's, Georgia. More info here: http://vacation.away.com/georgia/travel-v2-cid8936-cumberland-island-national-seashore-cid400050-parks-and-outdoors-vacations.html

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