Day two of Savannah consisted of a trolley tour of the old city. We were able to get off and on as we wanted to. The old city has so many churches of different denominations that it was difficult to post them all so I tried to be picky.
Tomochichi was a Creek Indian said to be one of the co-founders of Georgia. He was approx. seven feet tall and lived to be over 90 years old.
His original burial spot was under this monument but he was suppose to have been moved to an other area in the park and a large stone place on his grave.
I still have so many pictures of Savannah but lack the room on the blog to post them. We enjoyed Savannah so much that we will return next year to see what we missed and revisit the things we have seen.
Also, Savannah is where Forrest Gump sat on the park bench and told his story while waiting for the bus. The bench is gone from the park where it was because it kept needing repair from everyone sitting and having their picture taken. There is also a local gent that dresses and plays the part of Forrest, but he wasn't around while we were in the area.