Podcast About Savannah - Tybee Island, Paula Deen's Resturant and a Roller Derby

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For 91 Days in Savannah Podcast - Episode 03

In this latest episode, we transport you to Tybee Island for a tranquil beachside stroll. Then, we venture back to Tybee for an invigorating kayak adventure. Naturally, we couldn't resist the allure of dining at Paula Deen's Restaurant: The Lady & Sons. As we bring this chapter to a close, we delve into Savannah's founding principles, encapsulated in the motto: No Liquor! No Slaves! No Lawyers! No Catholics!

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A bit about Tybee

Tybee boasts pristine beaches, inviting visitors to stroll along the shores and savor the Atlantic's rhythmic sounds. The island's laid-back atmosphere features colorful cottages, eclectic shops, and seaside eateries offering fresh seafood.

An iconic landmark, the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum, has guided mariners since 1736. Climbing to the top reveals panoramic views and a journey through Tybee's maritime history.

Beyond the shoreline, adventure awaits with kayaking, paddleboarding, and dolphin tours. Nature lovers explore salt marshes and tidal creeks, encountering diverse wildlife, from coastal birds to playful dolphins.

Tybee's unique culture comes alive through festivals like the Tybee Island Pirate Fest and the laid-back Tybee Island Beach Bum Parade. The island offers a perfect backdrop for evening strolls, romantic dinners, and quiet reflection as the sun sets over the marshes.

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