A walk with kids in the garden of good and evil - Savannah

A walk with kids in the garden of good and evil - Savannah

Lollipops, dolphins and ghosts were all I needed for a walk with kids in Savannah. At nighttime open-topped hearses cruise the streets on ghost tours. This is the Southern city known as ‘The Most Haunted in America.’ This is the city in the state of Georgia that was the backdrop for Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt. Revolutionary and Civil War Battles were fought on its cobblestones. Yellow fever epidemics regularly ravaged the city’s population. Wandering through Savannah’s Historical District, I searched with my kids for homes painted in the distinctive shades of Haint Blue. The trees with hanging Spanish moss shielded us from the midday sun.

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