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Summer in Savannah according to C.L. Zeitstück!

As someone that was raised quite a bit further up north than the peach state, I have enjoyed and endured the mid-summers of both south-east and further north. The summers of the south-east are known for being hot and humid. Yet, after experiencing both, I’ve found there’s plenty to look forward to about Savannah’s summers and not just the substantially lower cost of accommodation in the historic district during the months of July and August!

The humidity serves as a relief in the shade, and more so in the late hours of the evening. Combined with the coastal breeze and that half of the city is shaded by majestic oaks, you’ll find that nature itself will be allowing you to relax in the slow pace of the South. As an added bonus, the coastal weather is known to throw in a few short storms during the week, each lasting less than an hour and serving to dial back Savannah’s heat and humidity for the rest of the day.

Thankfully, air conditioning is plentiful indoors for shopping, visiting museums and trying out all of the coast’s best eateries. And, of course, Leopold’s Ice Cream and Tybee Beach are always open to the public, most of which are noticeably less crowded when a fair amount of the college students are on their break. Savannah is also a wonderful place for biking and exercise, considering its easy bike rental, pedestrian-friendly walking, plentiful farmer’s markets and organic goods.

As a fan of the theatre, I have noticed that most live productions tend to give the best shows in the summers. Savannah Live! Is not to be underestimated by any means, nor any of our local musical talent that tends to perform in the downtown area. Just the other day, a live production of The Addam’s Family was announced in the Connect. This is not your average school production and is open to the public and will be showing on 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th July in the Jelks Auditorium at Savannah Country Day. Tickets are available online: http://www.savannahsummertheatre.com/

C. L. Zeitstück

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Summer in Savannah according to C.L. Zeitstück!

As someone that was raised quite a bit further up north than the peach state, I have enjoyed and endured the mid-summers of...

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