After all the great suggestions you guys gave me on Twitter yesterday, we hatched a plan and went downtown. First stop was the Telfair museum which was great, although not really my style. They do have, however, the famous "Bird Girl" bronze from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, which was cool to see. After that, we scarfed a huge lunch at the Crystal Beer Parlor which was noisy and fun and delicious, then we were off to the SCAD store which was awesome and expensive. Today were going to the Jepson Center for the Arts to look at some more contemporary offerings and then it's off to Tybee island to try and spy some dolphins.
As usual, my pictures are all of small details that I noticed while walking around. I'll try to shoot some panoramas today to give you a better idea of the city. Side note: Spanish moss is awesome!
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