Savannah Georgia Tour Tidbits Learned While Exploring Savannah GA

Savannah, Georgia hidden history we learned while exploring and touring Savannah. Savannah, Georgia is a unique city to visit. Between the Spanish Moss, architectural beauty, and rich history there is truly something for everyone in Savannah. We spent several days exploring Savannah. And on our trip and tours, we learned little facts about this and that. For instance, what is Spanish Moss really? Who the heck is Casimir Pulaski? Where is the Forrest Gump bench? So come along with us as we show you tidbits we leaned about Savannah Georgia. Continue reading Savannah Georgia Tour Tidbits Learned While Exploring Savannah GA

Man (Mr Martini) sitting on a Savannah trolley tour. It is his back side. He is wearing a panama hat.

Best Savannah Georgia Tours

Savannah, Georgia is an incredibly special place. There are thousands of historical homes, plazas, and sites to see. All with a special story to tell. But trying to see many of these sites in one trip can be a daunting task. Come along with us as we show you some of the Savannah tour options, we had the pleasure of joining. And some other tours, we didn’t get a chance to take, but wish we had. We give you beautiful Savannah, Georgia on tour. Continue reading Best Savannah Georgia Tours

Supermoon over Savannah River with river boat in the foreground.

Savannah, Georgia River Street Tour

Savannah, Georgia’s Waterfront is amazing and we are going to give you a tour of River Street and the Savannah’s river front. Savannah’s river front is an array of newer buildings that are nestled next to former cotton warehouses. And old Savannah warehouses are converted into hotels, shops, and restaurants. Come with us as we show you a good time on Savannah’s Waterfront! Savannah, Georgia is one of our favorite historic cities. Continue reading Savannah, Georgia River Street Tour

downtown Central City. Narrow brick street with old western style buildings. Some cars and old gas lamp post

Central City Colorado – The Town That Won’t Die

Jennie Johnson from the podcast “The Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery” joins Colorado Martini in a discussion about the twin towns of Central City and Black Hawk, Colorado. We will discuss the history of the towns and their famous picturesque cemeteries. Jennie has done tons of research of the area and brings her expertise to the discussion.  Continue reading Central City Colorado – The Town That Won’t Die

foot in the water in Glenwood Springs Colorado

Glenwood Springs, Colorado Road Trip

Glenwood Springs, Colorado has everything from Doc Holliday to hot spring pools, to white water rafting, to the mighty Colorado River. Come along with us as we take you on a tour of the Hotel Colorado and the Glenwood Canyon Resort. We will show you our favorite things to do and see in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Continue reading Glenwood Springs, Colorado Road Trip

foot in the water in Glenwood Springs Colorado

Glenwood Springs, Colorado Road Trip

Glenwood Springs, Colorado has everything from Doc Holliday to hot spring pools, to white water rafting, to the mighty Colorado River. Come along with us as we take you on a tour of the Hotel Colorado and the Glenwood Canyon Resort. We will show you our favorite things to do and see in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Continue reading Glenwood Springs, Colorado Road Trip

Moose standing in lake at Grand Lake

Grand Lake, Colorado – A Hidden Gem

Grand Lake is high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Grand Lake. Grand Lake sits on the west gate of Rocky Mountain National Park and at the headwaters of the Colorado River. It is a small town with rich history, wildlife around every corner, and beauty that is hard to duplicate. Come with us as we take you on a Colorado road trip to the beautiful town called Grand Lake, Colorado. Continue reading Grand Lake, Colorado – A Hidden Gem

man at river on bridge and bike. Looking at mountains in Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park Colorado

Estes Park, Colorado – A Summer Road Trip

Estes Park is a beautiful Rocky Mountain town in northern Colorado. It is known as the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) and home to all sorts of wildlife. In Estes Park or in RMNP you will find miles of trails for all levels. And of course, the Stanley hotel that inspired Steven King’s book and movie “The Shining.” Come along with us as we take you on a tour of the quaint Rocky Mountain town of Estes Park, Colorado. Continue reading Estes Park, Colorado – A Summer Road Trip