East of Martin Luther King Boulevard is the enchanting town of Savannah. Preserved from being burnt down by General Sherman in the civil war, it still looks like it did in the previous century with beautiful streets lined with Regency houses and flanked by Spanish moss draped oaks.
The Savannah river rolls by dotted with riverboats and pleasurecrafts. And there are a good range of bars and restaurants. The Squares are beautiful and it has been used as a film location for Forest Gump. But be careful outside the historic district. There is a murder a day in Savannah.